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a^ 373.7448 The Pilgrim, 

PIL Plymouth High 

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THE CLASS 'OF '58 PRESENTS THE 



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PLYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 



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Much of the joy in life consists of doing 
perfectly, or at least to the best of one's 
ability, the tasks which are set before him. 
There is a certain sense of satisfaction in 
such accomplishment — full, exact, and com- 
plete — which the shallow man who leaves 
his work in a half-finished condition can 
never know. Persistence to completion turns 
work into art. The smallest thing, done well, 
becomes aesthetic. 

It is in such a conscientious manner that 
Mr. Edgar J. Mongan has served for the past 
nineteen years as our principal. He has 
earned the respect of his pupils and teachers 
throughout his years of service to the 
Plymouth High School. The warmth of his 
personal interest in each of us has created 
an atmosphere of comradeship, vital in any 
house of learning. He has used his many 
years of teaching as an aid to give us the 
best in instructors and courses. As counselor 
and advisor his influence has spread beyond 
the realm of Plymouth High. The citizens of 
Plymouth, young and old, know him as a 
friend and neighbor. 

We appreciate all you have done for us 
and long will you remain dear to our hearts. 
Best wishes to you, Mr. Mongan, in all your 
future plans. 



You Get What You Pay For 

and 
You Pay For What You Get 

In the ominous light cast by Sputniks I 
and II, every American should engrave on 
his heart these words of Somerset Maugham: 

"If a nation values anything more than 
its freedom it will lose its freedom; and the 
irony of it is, that if it is money or comfort 
that it values more, it will lose that too." 

And every high school pupil can para- 
phrase those words as follows: 

If a boy (or girl) values anything more 
than his education he will lose his education; 
and the irony of it is that if it is his car (or 
girl friend, or sports, or movies, etc.) that 
he values more, he will lose that too. 

A Soviet teacher, asked by an American 
reporter whether she thought it more im- 
portant to make children happy or to make 
them useful, replied: 

"How can they be happy if they are not 
useful?" 

Think it over; she's right. You don't get 
something for nothing. 







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Mr. Roland Holmes, Miss Iris Albertini, Mrs. Alice 
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Miss Nellie Locklin, Mr. Mario Romano. 





Mr. John Packard, Mr. Carlo Guidoboni, Mr. Clai- 
borne Young. 



Mr. Armen Milton, Mrs. Virginia Kingman, Mrs. 
Margaret Brown, Mr. John Pacheco. 



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Left: Mr. Arthur Pyle, 
Miss Ellen Downey. 



Right: Mr. John Tav- 
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Left: Miss Marjorie 
Knight, Mr. Harold 
Rogers, Mr. Douglas 
Edwards. 



Right: Miss Helen John- 
son, Mrs. Lydia Gard- 
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Mrs. Helen Bagnall — 
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Left: Mr. Richard 
Smiley, Mr. Joseph 
DeSisto. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Front Row: Mr. Harry 
Doyle, Mrs. Peter 
Gellar, Mr. Ralph 
Weaver, Mr. Joseph 
Contente, Mr. Mauro 
Canevazzi. 

Back Row: Mr. Alton 
Cavicchi, Dr. Walter 
Snyder, Administra- 
tive Assistant, Mr. 
Donald Welch, Super- 
intendent of Schools. 






70e fcietent tfat 'PlOtyiam 




ACT I — FALL 




Stage Hands 




Supporting Cast 




Playwrights 




Fall Sports 




Stage 101 




Marching Girls 




Band 




Box Office 




ACT II — WINTER 




Backers 




Executives 




Monetary Assistants 




Press Agents 




Understudies 




Finance Co-ordinators 




Script Department 




Dramatists 




Chorus 




Usherettes 




Winter Sports 




ACT III — SPRING 




Technical Advisors 




Sound Men 




Thespians 




Biology Council 




Spring Sports 




"Over The Rainbow" 




Sophomore Hop 




Science Fair 




Orchestra 




Itinerary Assistants 




FINALE 




Stars 




57's Finale 




Senior Superlatives 




Class Poem 


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Clare Banzi 
Editors in Chief: Jane pimental 


Photography: 


Edna Bradley „ , Alan Brini 

Boys Sports: 

Ida Mae Gore David Melevsky 


Girls' Sports: 


Russell Canevazzi 
Jane Murphy Literary: Rofeert Zucch . 

Faye Zoccolante 


Senior Statistics: 


Senior Specials: Sharon Cadman 
Virginia Scagliarini 

Linda Harris _ 

Anne Cecco 




Art: Richard Osborne 


Business: 


Wayne Pimental 




Virginia Emond 




Ann White 


School News: 


Judy Harper Assistants: Lawrence Winokur 
Liza Rossi Karl Lekberg 




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"Groetzinger's Pony Express" 

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Marian Benassi, Linda Harris 



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Judith Benassi, Clare Banzi 




Boarding house reach 

Carla Enos, 
Jeraldine Keough 



Belsito has it soft! 

Barbara Belsito, 
Mrs. Marion Whiting 

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Robert Rego, Secretary Richard 
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PHOTOGRAPHY 

Front Row: Cocditor Edna BFadley, Judy Dunham, 

Jean Serra. 
Back Row: Donald Miskelly, Mary Monti, Karl 

Lekberg, Richmond Talbot. Coeditor Ida Mae 

Gore — Absent. 




ART 

Front Row: Sandra Goldberg, coeditors Anne Cecco 

and Richard Osborne. 
Back Row: Carol Elliot, Dorothy Currier, Rebecca 

Norbut. 



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Coeditors Jane Pimental and Clare Banzi with 
Advisor Roland Holmes. 




SENIOR STATISTICS 

Front Row: Coeditors Linda Harris and Virginia 

Scagliarini, Linda Mattioli. 
Back Row: Judith Benassi, Ann Vandini, Marsha 

Bent, Barbara Marinos. 




LITERARY 

Front Row: Mary Silva, Annette Sirrico. Laurie 

Goodwin, Margaret DeLisle. 
Second Row: Lawrence Winokur, Gregory Baler, 

Cynthia Foley. 
Back Row: Coeditors Robert Zucchi and Russell 

Canevazzi, Richmond Talbot. 



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ASSISTANT EDITORS 

Front Row: Ann White, Virginia Emond. 
Back Row: Karl Lekberg, Lawrence Winokur. 




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SENIOR SPECIALS, SCHOOL NEWS 

Front Row: Jacqueline Lewis, Diane Fortini, Loretta 
Gallucci, coeditor Liza Rossi. 

Back Row: Coeditor Sharon Cadman, Margaret 
DeLisle, Russell Canevazzi, Carol Voght, co- 
editor Judy Harper. 




BUSINESS 

First Row: Virginia Emond, Patricia Tolonen, Nancy 
ChaSe, Manager Wayne Pimental, Janice Wood, 

Barbara Marinos. 
Second Row: Wendy Beauregard, Susan Clark, Reeta 

Romano, Judy Kegler, Ann White, Ruth Goodwin, 

Mary Monti. 
Third Row: Bruce Emond, Joseph Diachun, Thomas 

Ruffini, John Quinn, Lawrence Winokur, Robert 

Davis. 

OLD COLONY INTERSTATE 




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SPORTS 

Front Row: Coeditors Jane Murphy, Alan Brini and 

Faye Zoccolante, Jackie Keller. 
Back Row: Thomas Brewster, coeditor David 

Melevsky, William Nagle. 







TYPISTS 

Front Row: Jeraldine Keough, Diane Fortini, Marian 

Benassi. 
Back Row: Ann Sherman, Loretta Gallucci, Carol 

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FOOTBALL SQUAD 

First Row: Thomas Brewster, Robert Ghidoni, Steven Billey, cocaptains George Gavoni and Alan Brini, Peter 

Clark, Edward Clough, Paul Vecchi. 
Second Row: Malcolm Robischeau, Wayne Travassos, Dennis Ragazzini, Clement Romano, Robert Dickson, Robert 

Zaniboni, Wayne Stefani, Frank Anderson. 
Third Row: Manager August Perry, Robert Randall, Harold Barufaldi, Judson Walton, Robert Beal. James 

Costa, Joseph Diachun, William Nagle, Dennis Motta. 
Fourth Row: Michael Souza, Melvin Bates, Barry McClure. Martin Gunther, Ralph Cremcnini, Thomas- Viera, 

Howard Borsari, Robert Rego. 
Fifth Row: Coach John Sarson, Charles Craig, Richard Silva, John Halunen, Robert Hall, Philip Raymond, Coach 

Joseph DeSisto, Mr. Mario Romano. 

JABEZ CORNER SERVICE STATION 




FOOTBALL SCORES 



PLYMOUTH 


2 


BRIDGEWATER 


7 


PLYMOUTH 


28 


ROCKLAND 


12 


PLYMOUTH 


12 


MIDDLEBORO 


19 


PLYMOUTH 


18 


ABINGTON 





PLYMOUTH 


26 


BOURNE 





PLYMOUTH 


25 


RANDOLPH 


13 


PLYMOUTH 


13 


SILVER LAKE 


12 


PLYMOUTH 


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BARNSTABLE 


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Front Row: Dennis Motta, John Halunen, cocaptains Alan Brini and George Gavoni, Melvyn Bates, Paul Vecchi. 
Back Row: Barry Mc Clure, Howard Borsari, Malcolm Robischeau, Wayne Travassos, Thomas Brewster, William 
Nagle. 



CAPE INSURANCE & TRAVEL AGENCY 








Secret play — flying miss! 



Time out for Dawson! 




Stopping the tank! 





We won in the end! 



Someone got an aspirin? 



PLYMOUTH ROCK CLEANERS 





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Let the other guy do it! 

Bridgewater: Under its new coaches, Jack Sarson and Joe DeSisto, the Plymouth High Eleven 
played host to the Gold and Red of Bridgewater High on September 22. On the first play from 
scrimmage, Tony Ghelfi of Bridgewater made a brilliant run off tackle into the end zone for a 
touchdown. However Plymouth, fighting all the way, captured two points on a safety. The score 
ended Plymouth two, Bridgewater seven, in a well-fought game. 

Rockland: The following week the Blue and White played the much-favored Rockland at 
Rockland. With outstanding running by Robischeau, Travassos, and Ragazzini, the Shiretowners 
upset Rockland twenty-eight to twelve. The line play was crisp and tough with each man holding 
his ground well. Led by Tommy Brewster and Bob Ghidoni, Rockland's aerial attack was also 
stopped. 

Middleboro: The following week Plymouth High was upset by Middleboro, nineteen to twelve. 
Dennis Ragazzini scored all twelve points for Plymouth. Plymouth was without the service of 
cocaptain Alan Brini. 

Abington: After a two-week layoff, Plymouth travelled to Abington to entertain the Green 
Wave. After a poor first half, the Plymouth touchdown machine started producing with Wayne 
Travassos steamrolling for two touchdowns and Ragazzini scoring one. Wayne Stefani, who re- 
placed Robert Zaniboni, did an outstanding job. Plymouth scored eighteen, Abington zero. 

Bourne: On a rain-soaked field, Plymouth chalked up its third win of the season. With Ragaz- 
zini making two touchdowns and Robischeau another around left end, Plymouth's running attack 
went unhampered by the poor weather. A Romano-to-Anderson pass clicked for the final touch- 
down of the game. The defense of Joe DeSisto's forward wall, led by cocaptains George Gavoni 
and Alan Brini, was outstanding, with Bourne being able to gain only seventy-eight yards in 
thirty-one tries. Plymouth chalked up twenty-six, Bourne nothing. 

Randolph: The keyed-up Shiretowners upset the favored Blue-Devils of Randolph twenty-five 
to thirteen. After Randolph scored, Plymouth recovered a fumble and Travassos plunged for a 
touchdown. With seconds remaining in the first half, Romano threw a touchdown pass to Ragaz- 
zini. Travassos and Robischeau scored in the second half and Billey added an extra point. 

Silver Lake: The biggest rivalry of the year was against Silver Lake. The first half was dom- 
inated by Plymouth, but they didn't score. After Silver Lake scored, Travassos plunged through 
center for the TD. In the fourth quarter, Robischeau scored and Ragazzini provided the extra point. 
Plymouth tallied thirteen points, Silver Lake twelve. 

Barnstable: Barnstable was the last game of the season for the Shiretowners. Travassos and 
Robischeau scored the touchdowns and Billey scored the extra points, making the final score 
Plymouth fourteen, Barnstable thirteen. 

Plymouth High, winding up its 1957 football schedule on November 23, ended one of its most 
successful seasons since 1947. The victory over Barnstable was the fifth straight win for Plymouth. 
The eight-game schedule was run off with six victories and two defeats. Credit should be given 
coaches Jack Sarson and Joe DeSisto for their outstanding work which brought Plymouth High 
School into the winning column in the pages of football history. 



And a right to the chin! 




"Fakers!" 



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SILVER LAKE 


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MIDDLEBORO 


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PLYMOUTH 


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HANOVER 


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PLYMOUTH 


15 


HOLBROOK 


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PLYMOUTH 


23 


NORWELL 


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PLYMOUTH 


20 


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PLYMOUTH 


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PLYMOUTH 


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WHITMAN 


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CROSS COUNTRY 






First Row: David Melevsky, Richard Beane, Russell Canevazzi, 

Donald Miskelly, Robert Duby. 
Second Row: Bruce Emond, Roland Bumpus, Coach Harold 

Rogers, Robert Davis, Edward McKinnon. 
Third Row: Alfred Belanger, William Clark, Thomas Bussolari, 

Donald Maccaferri. 



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VARSITY CLUB 

First Row: William Nagle, Robert Souza, Wayne Travassos, George Gavoni, Alan 

Brini, Russell Canevazzi, Roland Bumpus, Dennis Motta, Howard Borsari. 
Second Row: Dennis Pinto, Paul Vecchi, Gerald Montanari, Richard Osborne, 

Wesley Kingsley, Sponsor Mario Romano, Melvyn Bates, Malcolm Robischeau, 

Thomas Brewster, John Halunen, Richard Beane. 
Third Row: Dennis Ragazzini, Robert Ghidoni, Robert Beal, William Clark, Roy 

Kuhn, Robert Davis, Bruce Emond, William Morrill, Joseph Cotti. 
Fourth Row: Clement Romano, Robert Zaniboni, Peter Clark, Steven Billey, 

Thomas Bussolari, Faustine Rose, Wayne Stefani, Edward Clough. 

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HOCKEY 

First Row: Priscilla Morse, Ruth Goodwin, Judy Harper, Faye Zoccolante, Jane Murphy, Carolyn Miskelly, Barbara 

Ruffini, Diane Guaraldi, Nancy MacDuffee. 
Second Row: Wendy Wolfenden, Laurie Goodwin, Jacqueline Smith, Susan Prindle, Susan Clark, Jean MacPhee, 

Coach Marjorie Knight, Carolyn Schiano, Elizabeth Searles, Margaret DeLisle, Jane Goodwin, Ann Zoccolante. 
Third Row: Katherine Little, Janet White, Judith Gilbert, Alice Terry, Judith Billey, Jacqueline Keller, Phyllis 

Cavicchi, Reeta Romano, Wendy Beauregard. 

PLYMOUTH MARINE RAILWAYS, INC. 



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ABINGTON 


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MIDDLEBORO 


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PLYMOUTH 


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PLYMOUTH 


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PLYMOUTH 4 


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Twenty-eight girls took time out from 
their studies this year to make up two 
enthusiastic hockey teams. Under the able 
coaching of Miss Marjorie Knight, the first 
team finished with a record of three games 
won, three lost, and one tied; and the second 
team won two and lost four. Taking time out 
from their games, the teams took a trip to 
see their coach play in a Boston versus 
Welsh game. The Welsh team was then tour- 
ing the United States. 




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First Row: Ida Mae Gore, Priscilla Morse, Jacqueline Smith, Cynthia Foley, Stephanie Gray, Nancy Verre, Advisor 

Claiborne Young, Mary Elena Guidoboni. 
Second Row: Nancy MacDuffee, Susan Prindle, Ann White, Virginia Emond, Lawrence Winokur, Bruce Emond, Steven Billey. 
Third Row: Lawrence Newey, Walter Burke, John Halunen, Richard Beane, William Eaton. 



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BIOLOGY LABORATORY STAFF 

First Row: Sandra Pedrini, Loretta 
Correa, Mary Elena Guidoboni, 
Advisor Claiborne Young, Judith 
Owens, Laurie Goodwin. 

Second Row: Beverly Bourne, Linda 
Harlow, Linda Estes, Dorothy Black- 
burn, Nancy Hathaway. 

Third Row: Phyllis Cavicchi, Judith 
Goodstone, Anne Notini, Judith 
Billey. 

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Director John Pacheco, Virginia Emond, Ruth 
Goodwin, Elizabeth Searles. 




MARCHING GIRLS 

Front Row: Ann Zoccolante, Mary Silva, June Midkiff, Edna Bradley, Faye Zoccolante, Patricia Voght, 
Wendy Wolfenden, Barbara Marinos, Judith Dunham, Lorna McLean, Carol Morin, Judith Motta. 

Back Row: Jacqueline Keller, Nancy Hathaway, Carolyn Miskelly, Marcia Policow, Linda Harris, Virginia 
Scagliarini, Loretta Correa, Ann White, Stephanie Gray, Laurie Goodwin, Nancy Verre. 

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First Row: Director John Pacheco, Susan Prindle, Phyllis Cavicchi, Jacqueline Smith, Warren Cabral. 

Second Row: Ronald Santos, Melvyn Bates, Thomas Bussolari, Harold Barufaldi, Paiil Ceccarelli, Kenneth Almeida, 

Russell Canevazzi, Robert Newey, Warren Walton, Walter Burke. 
Third Row: Dennis Motta, Albert Jesse, Henry Dickson, Richard Manfredi, Thomas Viera, Charles Jesse, Daniel 

Fratus, Robert Souza, Clement Romano, Robert Rego, Roy Kuhn. 



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TEN CENT A WEEK COLLECTORS 

First Row: Barbara Belsito, Thomas Ruffini, Margaret DeLisle, Richard Estes, Advisor Mario Romano, Jane Pimental, 
Robert Alberici — head collector, Clare Banzi, Thomas Groetzinger, Patricia Zion, Barbara Locatelli. 

Second Row: James Fortini, Jean Cotti, Phyllis Cavicchi, Reeta Romano, Deborah Marsh, Claudia Holmes, Pauline 
Tibbetts, Jane Goodwin, Patricia Viega, Brenda Bartlett, Carol Cavacco, Lawrence Winokur. 

Third Row: Kenneth Almeida, Ronald Santos, Steven Aldrovandi, Donald Maccaferri, Thomas Bussolari, Karl 
Lekberg, Robert Rego, Allen Wirzburger, Andrew Guerra, Bruce Emond. 








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STUDENT COUNCIL 

First Row: Ann Vandini, Jane Murphy, Virginia Scagliarini. Linda Harris, Thomas Brewster, Gerald Montanari, 

Clare Banzi. Jane Pimental, Paula Segal, Ann Sampson. 
Second Row: Dennis Pinto, Paul Vecchi, Carla Enos. Jerald'ne Kenugh. Virginia Emond, Mary Monti, Dorothy 

Blackburn, Ruthanne Holman, Alan Brini, Robert Duby. Kenneth Almeida. 
Third Row: Lawrence Winokur, Howard Borsari, Russell Cnnevazzi, Stephen Billey. Sponsor Carlo Guidoboni, 

Joseph Diachun, Donald Maccaferri, Douglas Torrence, Andrew Guerra. 



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Front Row: Treasurer Thomas Brewster, 
Mr. Carlo Guidoboni, President, 
Gerald Montanari, Secretary Clare 
Banzi, Vice President Frank Anderson 
— absent. 

Back Row: Miss Nellie Locklin, Mrs. 
Virginia Kingman, Miss Helen John- 
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FUND COLLECTORS 

First Row: Dorothy Blackburn, Ruth- 
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Sampson, Advisor Mr. Carlo 
Guidoboni, Mary Monti. 

Second Row: Linda Harris, Virginia 
Scagliarini, Dennis Pinto, Stephen 
Billey, Douglas Torrence, Jean 
MacPhee, Virginia Emond. 

Third Row: Lawrence Winokur, 
Howard Borsari, Donald Mac- 
caferri, Andrew Guerra, Paul 
Ceccarelli, Kenneth Dawson. 



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PRESS CLUB 

First Row: Loretta Gallucci, 
Linda Harris, Mary Silva, 
Barbara Marinos, Clare 
Banzi, Liza Rossi, Marian 
Benassi, Jeraldine Keough, 
Sandra Goldberg, Janice 
Wood. 

Second Row: Sponsor Mr. 
John Tavernelli, Patricia 
Zion, Judith Goodstone, 
Barbara Belsito, Cynthia 
Foley, Susan Clark, Mary 
Monti, Paula Segal, Reeta 
Romano, Carolyn Schiano, 
Sponsor Mr. Donald Wilson. 

Third Row: Phyllis Cavicchi, 
Beverly Bourne, Jacqueline 
Keller, Laurie Goodwin, 
Jane Goodwin, Susan Sir- 
rico, Judith Wirzburger, 
Judith Kegler, Elizabeth 
Searles, Dianne Guaraldi, 
Carla Enos. 

Fourth Row: Mary Elena 
Guidoboni, Alan Brini, 
Wayne Pimental, Robert 
Duby, Russell Canevazzi, 
Gerald Montanari, Donald 
Miskelly, Paul Vecchi, 
Lawrence Winokur. 



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President Frank Anderson, 
President Stephen Billey. 

Back Row: Sponsor Miss Ellen Do 
Treasurer Karl Lekberg. 


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Front Row: Lisa Rossi, Patricia Zion, Ann Zoccolante, Gcraldine Caramello, Ethelyn Jones, Edna Bradley, Wendy 

Wolfenden, Loretta Gallucci, Gay Hart. Sharon DeLancey. 
Back Row: Ann Vandini, Elizabeth Seifert, Marian Benassi, Judith Harper, Claire Elliot. Phyllis Herries, Helen Holmes, 

Ann Sherman, Advisor Mr. Arthur Pyle, Patricia Black, Carol Morin, Judith Kegler, Judith Motta, Barbara 

Marinos. 






BANK TELLERS 

First Row: Linda Swartz, Phyllis CofTman, Ann Zoccolante, Jacqueline Lewis, Dianne Carr, Advisor Miss Helen 
Johnson, Sandra Goldberg, Jeraldine Keough, Marian Benassi, Ann Vandini, Lois Stefani. 

Second Row: Judith Gilbert, Patricia Voght, Judith Goodstone, Jane Murphy, Diane Fortini. Patricia Hauthaway, 
Jean Cotti, Kathleen Atwood, Patricia Black. Judith Parker, Carol Morin, Alice Garside. Sandra Pedrini. 

Third Row: Frank Brenner, Robert Rego, Allan Niemi, Donald Beal, Peter Clark, David Halunen. .Ronald Barnard. 
Eric Engstrom, David Tassinari, Roger Tavares. 



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Front Row: Lena Romano, Judith Gilbert, Laurie Goodwin, Judith Billey, Marcia Policow, Jane Pimental, Claire 

Elliot, Ruthanne Holrnan, Beverly Bourne, Mary Elena Guidoboni, Phyllis Corrman, Katherine Little. 
Second Row: Harold Fratus, Wayne Stefani, Jane Deighton, Judith Kegler, Susan Sirrico, Faye Zoccolante, Joyce 

Carvalho, Sponsor Mr. Armen Milton, Theresa Fillippini, Judith Harper, Mary Mazalewski, Yvette Dion, Paula 

Segal, Harold Barufaldi, Robert Baker. 
Third Row: Clement Romano, Steven Aldrovani, Duncan Weaver, Judith Goodstone, Anne Notini, Donivee Lopresti, 

Jeraldine Keough, Sandra Goldberg, Linda Gallerani, Carol Holmes. Susanne Ferioli, Leona Perra, Dorothy 

Currier, Carol Elliot, Mary Monti, Patricia Feci, Joyce Baker, Mark Henderson. 
Fourth Row: Warren Ottino, Patricia Zion, Judith Wirzburger, Ann Zoccolante, Barbara Ruffini, Judith Benassi, 

Brenda Canal, Margaret DeLisle, Shirley Moore, Sally Souza, June Midkiff, Ann Sherman, Edna Bradley, Mary 

Silva, Janice Wood, Robert Hall, Walter Burke. 



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LATIN CLUB 

First Row: Susan Clark, Ruth Goodwin, Lawrence Winokur, Peter Clark, Stephen Billey, Judith Billey, Barbara 

Belsito, Janice Wood, Mary Elena Guidoboni, Elizabeth Searles, Beverly Bourne. 
Second Row: Sponsor Mr. John Tavernelli, Donald Tracy, Wendy Wolfenden, Laurie Goodwin, Jacqueline Keller, Phyllis 

Cavicchi, Nancy MacDuffee, Loretta Correa, Linda Harlow, Margaret Harlow, Ruthanne Holman, Cynthia Foley, 

David Tassinari, Bruce Emond. 
Third Row: Ann White, Dorothy Blackburn, Linda Estes, Annette Sirrico, Nancy Hathaway, Marcia Policow, Virginia 

Edmond, Stephanie Gray, Nancy Verre, Diane Guaraldi, Jane Goodwin. 



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CHEERLEADERS 

Front Row: Ann Sherman, Lisa Rossi, 
Marsha Bent, Captain Linda Mattioli. 

Back Row: Wendy Beauregard, Reeta 
Romano, Patricia Viega, Mary Monti. 




'Kick 'em high!" 




W. T. GRANT 




"Masterminds at work" 



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VARSITY 

Front Row: David Melevsky, Paul Vecchi, Clement Romano, Frank Anderson, Leonard Strassel, Robert Souza, 

Thomas Brewster. 
Back Row: Roy Kuhn, William Nagle, Gerald Montanari, Stephen Billey, Coach Mr. Harold Rogers, Russell Canevazzi, 

Lawrence Martin, Assistant Manager Robert Zaniboni. 

LELANDS RESTAURANT 









VARSITY 




PLYMOUTH 


72 


ALUMNI 


63 


PLYMOUTH 


72 


MIDDLEBORO 


52 


PLYMOUTH 


73 


HINGHAM 


44 


PLYMOUTH 


56 


SILVER LAKE 


57 


PLYMOUTH 


43 


WHITMAN 


64 


PLYMOUTH 


75 


ROCKLAND 


57 


PLYMOUTH 


54 


WAREHAM 


50 


PLYMOUTH 


78 


ABINGTON 


70 


PLYMOUTH 


80 


MIDDLEBORO 


67 


PLYMOUTH 


72 


HINGHAM 


35 


PLYMOUTH 


76 


SILVER LAKE 


67 


PLYMOUTH 


79 


WHITMAN 


77 


PLYMOUTH 


79 


ROCKLAND 


48 


PLYMOUTH 


51 


WAREHAM 


49 


PLYMOUTH 


73 


ABINGTON 


60 



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JUNIOR 

PLYMOUTH 32 

PLYMOUTH 34 

PLYMOUTH 40 

PLYMOUTH 48 

PLYMOUTH 36 

PLYMOUTH 37 

PLYMOUTH 36 

PLYMOUTH 53 

PLYMOUTH 37 

PLYMOUTH 50 

PLYMOUTH 46 

PLYMOUTH 40 

PLYMOUTH 24 

PLYMOUTH 36 



VARSITY 

MIDDLEBORO 36 

HINGHAM 37 

SILVER LAKE 32 

WHITMAN 37 

ROCKLAND 32 

WAREHAM 45 

ABINGTON 32 

MIDDLEBORO 32 

HINGHAM 35 

SILVER LAKE 43 

WHITMAN 26 

ROCKLAND 26 

WAREHAM 44 

ABINGTON 24 



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The Shiretowners opened their season against the Orange 
and Black at Middleboro. After an easy victory, Plymouth went 
on to beat Hingham. However, the next game, with Plymouth 
meeting its arch rival, Silver Lake, told a different story. At the 
end of the first half, the Rogers' men were up by eighteen points, 
but the final score was in favor of Silver Lake. Our next game 
was with the fighting Red and Black of Whitman. Whitman, with 
their veteran team and on their own court, set Plymouth back for 
its second defeat in four games. Plymouth had to win the rest of 
its games to stay in contention for the Old Colony League 
Championship. Plymouth met Wareham at Plymouth and de- 
feated them. Against Rockland and Abington, Plymouth had 
easy victories and ended the first half of the season with a five 
and two record. 

As the second half of the season began, Plymouth won easily 
over Middleboro and Hingham. Plymouth then met the Lakers 
for the second time and defeated them after a good battle. 
Plymouth then was "hot" for the championship. They took on 
Whitman at Plymouth and defeated them by four points. For the 
best game of the season the Blue and White traveled to Wareham. 
Wareham had been defeated on their own court only once. The 
week before, when Whitman played Wareham, Whitman defeated 
the Blue and White of Wareham by two points. Each team knew 
they had to win this game to stay in competition for the cham- 
pionship. After a hard and gruesome battle, Plymouth managed 
to win by two points. The Coach Rogers' men finished the season 
with easy victories over Rockland and Abington. Plymouth went 
undefeated in the second half of the season and ended the 
1957-1958 campaign with a twelve and two record. This season 
was the best Plymouth has had in several years. 

Whitman, who also had a twelve and two record, ended with 
a tie for first place with us. Whitman and Plymouth met at Silver 
Lake High School. After a hard fought game for the champion- 
ship, Whitman was able to squeeze by Plymouth. 

Even though Plymouth didn't win the championship, a great 
deal of credit should be given to Coach Rogers. He formed and 
developed this team that was an underdog almost all season. 




JUNIOR VARSITY 

Front Row: Kenneth Almeida, Robert Hall, Thomas Bussolari, Robert Rego, Richard Silva. 

Back Row: Coach Mr. John Sarson, Frederick DeCost, Lawrence Newey, Donald Maccaferri, Andrew Guerra, Harold 
Barufaldi, Duncan MacLeod. 



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First Row: Ann Zoccolante, Susan Prindle, Susan Clark, Cocaptains Jane Murphy and Faye Zoccolante, Jean MacPhee, 

Carolyn Miskelly, Judith Harper. 
Second Row: Judith Gilbert, Jacqueline Keller, Diane Guaraldi, Priscilla Morse, Nancy MacDuffee, Jane Goodwin, 

Ruth Goodwin, Elizabeth Searles, Barbara Ruffini, Phyllis Cavicchi. 
Third Row: Wendy Wolfenden, Virginia Emond, Ann LaRocque, Jacqueline Smith, Nancy Verre, Joyce Carvalho, 

Judith Billey, Nancy Hathaway, Alice Terry, Laurie Goodwin, Akeeyah Fernandes, Ann White, Coach Marjorie 

Knight. 

SWEETSER'S GENERAL STORE 



JUNIOR 


VARSITY 




PLYMOUTH 


35 


SILVER LAKE 


12 


PLYMOUTH 


15 


ROCKLAND 


13 


PLYMOUTH 


28 


ABINGTON 


41 


PLYMOUTH 


33 


MIDDLEBORO 


31 


PLYMOUTH 


15 


HINGHAM 


16 


PLYMOUTH 


20 


ABINGTON 


26 


PLYMOUTH 


21 


HINGHAM 


18 


PLYMOUTH 


21 


SILVER LAKE 


23 


PLYMOUTH 


23 


ROCKLAND 


17 


PLYMOUTH 


27 


BRIDGEWATER 


16 


PLYMOUTH 


21 


MIDDLEBORO 


19 


PLYMOUTH 


27 


BRIDGEWATER 


16 





VARSITY 




PLYMOUTH 


35 


ALUMNI 


35 


PLYMOUTH 


43 


SILVER LAKE 


22 


PLYMOUTH 


43 


ROCKLAND 


26 


PLYMOUTH 


50 


ABINGTON 


39 


PLYMOUTH 


44 


MIDDLEBORO 


21 


PLYMOUTH 


36 


HINGHAM 


41 


PLYMOUTH 


39 


ABINGTON 


24 


PLYMOUTH 


60 


HINGHAM 


34 


PLYMOUTH 


55 


SILVER LAKE 


32 


PLYMOUTH 


53 


ROCKLAND 


19 


PLYMOUTH 


50 


BRIDGEWATER 


35 


PLYMOUTH 


37 


MIDDLEBORO 


28 


PLYMOUTH 


57 


BRIDGEWATER 


48 



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ENGINEER'S COUNCIL 

First Row: Robert Duby, David 
Melevsky, William Nagle, Richard 
Osborne, Robert Newey. 

Second Row: Alan Brini, Russell 
Canevazzi, Advisor Mr. John 
Packard, Joseph Carreira, Law- 
rence Corsini. 

Third Row: Paul Vecchi, Richard 
Beane, Gerald Montanari. 



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RADIO CLUB 

First Row: Janice Wood, Nancy Verre, Jane Goodwin, Nancy _ MacDuffee, Ann White. 

Second Row: Mary Silva, Cynthia Foley, Elizabeth Seifert. Advisor Mr. John Packard. Diane 

Guaraldi, Virginia Emond, Ruth Goodwin, Alfred Belanger. 
Third Row: William Eaton, Robert Newey, David Halunen, Wendy Wolfenden, John Halunen. Henry 

Dickson, Earl Littlefield, Kenneth Fortini. 
Fourth Row: Arthur Richardson. Robert Branagan. 



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First Row: Vice President Russell 
Canevazzi, Secretary Clare Banzi, 
Treasurer Carla Enos, President 
Alan Brini, Gerald Montanari. 

Second Row: Paul Vecchi, Robert 
Duby, Advisor Mr. Donald Wilson. 

Third Row: Linda Mattioli, Judith 
Benassi, Virginia Scagliarini, Ida 
Mae Gore, Susan Prindle. 

Fourth Row: Ann White, Virginia 
Emond, Jean MacPhee, Ruth Good- 
win, Mary Elena Guidoboni, Bruce 
Emond. 

Fifth Row: Stephen Billey, David 
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Front Row: Barbara Locatelli, 
Barbara Marinos, Judy Harper, 
Mary Silva, Lisa Rossi, Jeraldine 
Keough. 

Second Row: Carla Enos, Virginia 
Scagliarini, Ann Vandini, Phyllis 
Herries, Doris Dunlap, Judith 
Benassi, Clare Banzi. 

Third Row: Wayne Pimental, 
Robert Duby, Edna Bradley, Ida 
Mae Gore, Richard Osborne, 
Wayne Tinti. 

Fourth Row: Paul Vecchi, Alan 
Brini, Gerald Montanari, David 
Melevsky, Russell Canevazzi, 
Linda Mattioli — absent. 



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Front Row: Sandra Pedrini, Jacqueline Keller, Beverly Bourne, Phyllis Cavicchi, Alice Terry. 

Back Row: Advisor Mr. Claiborne Young, Mary Eiena Guidoboni, Laurie Goodwin, Kenneth Almeida, Cynthia 
Foley, Loretta Correa, Nancy Hathaway, Lawrence Estes, Audrey Fitts. 



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BADMINTON 

Front Row: Phyllis Cavicchi, Wendy Wolfenden, Jane Goodwin, Beverly Bourne, Sandra Goldberg, Mary Silva, Coach 

Marjorie Knight. 
Back Row: Anne Zoccolante, Laurie Goodwin, Linda Harlow, Dorothy Currier. Judith Billey. Nancy MacDufTee. 

Susan Prindle, Faye Zoccolante, Priscilla Morse. 



SOFTBALL 

First Row: Georgians 
Reiley, Jeanette Basler, 
Margot Hunson. 

Second Row: Ruth Good- 
win, Janet Balboni, Jane 
Murphy, Jane Goodwin. 

Third Row: Reeta Romano, 
Wendy Beauregard, Mary 
Monti. 

Fourth Row: Carol Lacey, 
Coach Marjorie Knight, 
Carla Enos. 




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Front Row: Janet Balboni, 
Ethel Bussolari, Jeanette 
Basler, Susan Prindle, 
Jane Goodwin. 

Back Row: Reeta Romano, 
Susan Clark, Coach 
Marjorie Knight, Mar- 
garet Hunson, Wendy 
Beauregard. 



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BASEBALL SCORES — 1957 




PLYMOUTH 


6 


WHITMAN 


4 


PLYMOUTH 


2 


ROCKLAND 





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WAREHAM 


5 


PLYMOUTH 





ABINGTON 


2 


PLYMOUTH 


5 


MIDDLEBORO 


6 


PLYMOUTH 


5 


HINGHAM 


7 


PLYMOUTH 


5 


SILVER LAKE 


4 


PLYMOUTH 


10 


ROCKLAND 


4 


PLYMOUTH 


1 


WAREHAM 


6 


PLYMOUTH 


4 


BRAINTREE 


10 


PLYMOUTH 





ABINGTON 


10 


PLYMOUTH 


5 


MIDDLEBORO 


1 


PLYMOUTH 


9 


SILVER LAKE 


4 


PLYMOUTH 


3 


HINGHAM 


6 



Front Row: Clem Romano, Roy Kuhn, George Gavoni, Clyde Brini, 
William Nagle, Howard Borsari, Robert Souza, Ronald Soares, 
Frank Anderson, Joseph Cotti. 

Back Row: Coach Antone Spath, Wesley Kingsley, Malcolm Rob- 
ischeau, Faustine Rose, William Clark. 



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Bottom Row: Dennis Ragazzini, Timothy Brady, 
Roland Bumpus, Harvey Walker, Dennis 
Parker, Robert Guidoni, Robert Beal, William 
Morrill, John Pimental. 

Top Row: Lawrence Corsini, Joseph Alves, Richard 
Osborne, Richard Tache, Hans Slade, Coach 
Harold Rogers, Stephen Billey, Russell Can- 
evazzi, Eugene Hasbrook, Stanley Ferreira. 



SCORES 



PLYMOUTH 


52 


WAREHAM 


30 


ABINGTON 


25 


PLYMOUTH 


55 


HINGHAM 


40 % 


MIDDLEBORO 


11% 


PLYMOUTH 


54 


WAREHAM 


28 


ROCKLAND 


25 


PLYMOUTH 


57 


WHITMAN 


37% 


MIDDLEBORO 


12% 


PLYMOUTH 


52 % 


WHITMAN 


25 


ROCKLAND 


29% 


PLYMOUTH 


43 


HINGHAM 


31 


ABINGTON 


33 



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Biological Sciences: First Prize 
Cynthia Foley 




Biological Sciences: Second Prize 

Jacqueline Keller 




Biological Sciences: Third Prize 
Alice Terry 



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Honorable Mentions: 

Front Row: Mary Elena Guidoboni, Phyllis Cavicchi, Sandra 

Pedrini, Laurie Goodwin. 
Back Row: Richard Osborne, Stephen Billey, Donald Miskelly, 

Lawrence Corsini, William Eaton, Judith Billey, Nancy 

MacDuffee — Absent: Alan Brini, Virginia Emond, Nancy 

Hathaway. 



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George Lamb 



Physical Sciences: Second Prize 

Arthur Richardson 



Physical Sciences: Third Prize 
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Front Row: Harold Barufaldi, Melvyn Bates, Ronald Santos, Thomas Bussolari, Susan Prindle, Phyllis Cavicchi, 
Jacqueline Smith, Robert Newey, Clement Romano, Russell Canevazzi, Robert Souza, Dennis Motta. 

Back Row: Robert Rego, Walter Burke, Warren Walton, Albert Jesse, Thomas Vierra, Richard Manfredi, Paul 
Ceccarelli, Roy Kuhn, Kenneth Almeida, Director Mr. John Pacheco. 



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TRAVEL CLUB 

First Row: Sandra Pedrini, Advisor 
Miss Iris Albertini, William 
Eaton, Donivee Lopresti. 

Second Row: Reeta Romano, Jean 
Cotti, Kathleen Fohrder, Mary 
Elena Guidoboni, Anne Notini. 

Third Row: Brenda Borsari, Susan 
Clark, Carolyn Schiano, Wendy 
Beauregard, Janet White. 

Fourth Row: Bruce Emond, Peter 
Clark, James Fortini, Alfred 
Belanger. 



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ROBERT ADRIAN ALBERICI 

"I'm Tired" 

"Cheech" — Dave, Bob, Butch, and Larry — wants to become 
a pharmacist — "Another day shot" — likes to ride around in 
his white Plymouth — hopes to get all A's someday — seen 
at White Horse Beach in the summertime — pet peeve: wait- 
ing for Bob in the morning — headed for Mass. College of 
Pharmacy — does he ever do all those homelessons? — that 
hair cut! — always collecting money — never gets excited — 
in the movies with the boys. 

Activities: Ticket Seller: 2, 3; Game Helper: 2, 3; 10«!-a-week 
Collector: 1, 2, 3; Dance Committees; Pilgrim Staff: 3. 

Cheech, are you comfy? 



STEVEN JOHN ALMEIDA 

"Money, Honey" 

"Peppernose" — "Roy did it!" — seen with Roy, Al, and 
Peachy — pizza and frappes — at the Rat Hole — wants to 
be a jet pilot — likes working on cars — oh, to be a singer — 
out of school more than in — an interest in Providence — the 
hot Oldsmobile — Auto Mechanics with Mr. Guidoboni — 
helps his father in the junk yard — those cute dimples — hates 
neckties — one of Ma's boy — what fun in that Global class 
— another Tony Curtis. 



Used to own a cute Ford. 



MARY LOUISE ASKINS 

"Very Special Love" 

"Dimps" — "Honest to God" — with Pauline, Joyce, Anna Mae, 
and Judy — never without a smile — cute soda jerk at Pilgrim 
Drug — likes Home Arts and Mrs. Kingman — secret desire: 
to own a car and make it top any male's — just loves that bed 
in the morning — to be a millionaire — likes a certain '50 
Merc and what drives it — hot fudge sundaes — can't wait 
for that trip to Florida — the lunch line is her pet peeve — Ray. 



You're framed! 

JOYCE LOUISE BAKER 

"Ladder of Love" 

"Jo" — with Pat, Mary, and Linda — "What did you say?" — 
at the movies — would like to have all young men teachers 
at P. H. S. — Bill's foreign car — pizza — dislikes English — 
pet peeve: snobby blondes — Mr. DeSisto — at all the basket- 
ball games — likes to get mail from that certain someone — 
seems to be very quiet but really isn't — Billy — that 5th 
period study with Mrs. Bagnall — secret desire: to go to Spain 
— U. S. A. F. 



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Dokey." 



CLARE ANN BANZI 

"Beautiful Brown Eyes" 

Anne and Mary — a blond senior boy — medical 

all A's — a Van Twinkle — smiling — cheering 

Becker — an artist — Mr. DeSisto — "Okey 




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Activities: Sophomore Class Secretary; Basketball: 1, 2; Bowl- 
ing: 1; Hockey: 1, 2; 10(!-a-week Collector: 1, 2, 3; Fund Col- 
lector: 1; S.A.S.: 1, 2, 3; Secretary: 3; Office Assistant: 3; Dance 
Committees; Lab Assistant: 1; National Honor Society: 2, 3; 
Science Seminar: 2; Press Club: 1, 2, 3; Latin Club; 1, 2; 
Pilgrim Staff: 1, 2, 3; Pilgrim Co-Editor: 3; Honor Group. 

Ooops, more calories! 





MELVYN ELDRED BATES 

"Moments to Remember" 

"Boom-Boom" — Cooper's Drug Store — that crew cut — pet 
peeve: trying to get the family car — "What did you say" — 
likes 5th period study — with Art, Dan, Steve — would like 
to be a jazz drummer — Mrs. Urann's 4th period English Class! 

— always conspiring with Greg and Cotti — another pizza 
fiend — wants to be a state policeman — would like to get 
100% on a punctuation test! — Mr. Craig and Business Law 

— white bucks and snap-jacks. 

Activities: Football: 3; Basketball: 1; 10tf-a-week Collector: 1; 
Ticket Seller: 1; Band: 1, 2, 3. 

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RICHARD WOOLSON BEANE 

"It Takes a Worried Man to Sing the Worried Blues" 

"Beanie" — "Fords are junks, Groetzinger" — with Bill, Ken, 
Don, and the guys in Chiltonville — too bashful to ask — likes 
to eat and sleep — secret desire: to wipe out the Chiltonville 
Militia — DeMolay worker — likes physics — his brother — 
the Mayflower is closest to his heart — to beat Searles in a 
cross-country meet — a Urann fan — destined to be an air- 
craft technician at Sikorsky — woman hater — Wentworth 
Technical Institute. 

Activities: Basketball: 1; Cross Country: 3; Science Seminar: 2, 3. 



Out on a limb! 

BARBARA ANN BELSITO 

"Someone to Watch Over Me" 

Barb — "What is this?" — with Judy G., Judy B., and the Van 
Twinkles — Tassy's — to be a model in Paris — likes Ford 
convertibles and tall blonde boys — drives a blue Buick 
convertible or a green DeSoto — a number please girl — 
headed for Bridgewater State Teachers' College — those trips 
to Carver in the summer! — in the office 5th period — French 
and Miss Jacques — full of the devil — those Wednesday 
nights. 

Activities: 10<Na-week Collector: 1, 2, 3; Office Assistant: 3; 
Latin Club: 1, 2, 3; Press Club: 1, 2, 3; Pilgrim Staff: 1, 2. 3; 
Dance Committees; Sunsetters: 1. 

Uh, uh, do your homework: 

JUDITH MARIE BENASSI 

"With All My Heart" 

Judy — "Why, I'll be dipped" — with Bren, Judy, and Marian 

— a Van Twinkle — taxi in the morning — likes good times 
and Glenn — to be an executive secretary — what a laugh! 

— that crazy Nantucket trip — always washing her hair — 
headed for Dean Junior College — personality plus — seen in 
a tan Mercury — travels — her brothers — works at Plymouth 
Bakery — long blonde hair — Philadelphia shoes — her blue 
Ford. 

Activities: Basketball: 1; Softball: 1, 2; Bowling: 1, 2; Hockey: 
1, 2; Class Colors Committee; Office Assistant: 3; Latin Club: 
1, 2; Press Club: 1, 2; National Honor Society: 3; Honor Group; 
Pilgrim Staff: 1, 2, 3. 

Come see what I got! 

MARIAN CONSTANCE BENASSI 

"Undecided" 

"Scorpy" — with Judy, Judy., Ginny, Ann, Jane — to one day own 
L. Knife & Son — dislikes being called "Red" — those English 
classes — playing pool in Ginny's cellar — Jud — that me- 
morial trip to Philly — a green Ford — "Oh, Judy H. 

inseparable" — those blue eyes — if only she could be princi- 
pal of P. H. S. for one day — pizza and fried clams — Van 
Twinkle — pert and pretty — Mr. DeSisto fan. 

Activities: Dance Committees; Office Assistant: 1, 2, 3; Library 
Staff: 3; Press Club: 1, 2, 3; Bank Teller: 1, 2, 3. 

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MARSHA MARY BENT 

"Loving You" 

Marcy Beau Coups — to cook like Mrs. Reid — "Right now!" 

— hates cheering at rainy football games — at Tassy's eating 
clams — one of our beautiful cheer leaders — always sleeping 

— Kenny — with Edna, Ann, June, and the Van Twinkles — 
wants to live in Florida — doesn't work, doesn't want to — 
envied for her beautiful hair — found at the beach in the 
summer — destination: marriage — likes Mrs. Kingman. 

Activities: Basketball: 1; Dance Committees; Lab Staff: 1; 
Marching Girls: 1; Cheerleaders: 2, 3; Pilgrim Staff: 1, 2, 3. 

Comfortable floor! 





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JOHN HOWARD BORSARI 

"Love Me Forever" 

"Howie" — "Have you seen Loretta?" — Atlantic Street at 
night — pet peeve: wearing ties every day — would like to 
sleep ten hours every night — dislikes girls with long hair 
(guess why!) — likes his steak an inch thick — Loretta — 
Bryant College — to be an executive for General Motors — 
likes Mr. Craig — hates long homelessons — his feet — snappy 
dresser — a date with Jayne Mansfield — that Economics 
class! — Locker 182. 

Activities: Baseball: 1, 2; Basketball: 1; Fund Collector: 1, 2, 3; 
S.A.S.: 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club: 3. 



Position is everything in life! 



HAROLD JOSEPH BOUTIN 

"Gone" 

"Skip" — "I didn't do anything, I'm innocent!" — with Denny, 
Eddie, and Wes — sleeps in class — sick the first day of hunt- 
ing and deer season — is he as quiet as he looks? — likes 
Marshfield and Duxbury, but not Plymouth — teased by "Ma" 
Urann — dislikes talkative girls — plans to be a rich bachelor 

— riding around in his Henry J. — do away with homelessons 

— pizza and fried clams — auto mechanics — a Urann fan. 



Cramming! 

EDNA CHADWICK BRADLEY 

"Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue" 

E.C.B. — "I can't stand it any more!" — talkative little blonde 

— dislikes straight hair Monday morning — with Linda, Janie, 
Ann, Marsha — to be a fashion buyer at Saks Fifth Avenue 

— works in Bradley Pharmacy (no choice!) — a Van Twinkle 

— secret desire: to go out with a certain senior — Green 
Mountain bound — a Urann fan — hates her middle name — 
"Hi, happy" — proud of her little feet — turtle-neck sweaters 

— who's a chipmunk? 

Activities: Marching Girls: 2, 3; Library Staff: 2, 3; Dance 
Committees; Pilgrim Staff: 1, 2, 3; Press Club: 1; Latin Club: 
1; Honor Group. 

Anyone for tea? 

THOMAS EDWARD BREWSTER 

"Chosen Few" 

"Flat-top" — "I was coming up, Coach!" — with Alan, Pa'^f 
Gerry, and Howie — Tassy's — clam rolls — to be a sena' d 

— sports enthusiast — doesn't like math and blondes - ' 
senior girl — Mr. Wilson — stops at Nelson St. — C " 
President — lost his voice before "Patchwork" — his 
sister — I'll always remember that Wareham gam- 
Number 14 — wants to be the first to explore the m i^ence 
government work at Georgetown University. 

Activities: Baseball: 2; Football: 2, 3; Basketball: 2, 
Treasurer: 3; Latin Club: 3; Pilgrim Staff: Varsitj 

Another Cousy! 



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ANNE LOUISE CECCO 

"Kisses Sweeter Than Wine" 

"Annie" — "Oh, my hair turned red!" — with Linda, Clare, 
Barbie and Katny — a Van Twinkle — eats everything — not 
much bothers her — Jimmy — the Nantucket ferry wouldn't 
wait for her — destined to be a doctor's wife — happy smile 

— natural curls — a day dreamer — picture her a teacher — 
sparkling eyes — college bound — never stops talking, and 
so fast! — always laughing in study and gym — pretty clothes 

— sports enthusiast — Tassy's. 

Activities: Basketball: 1; Hockey: 1; S.A.S.: 2; Secretary: 2; 
Dance Committees; Office Assistant: 3; Latin Club: 1, 2; Press 
Club: 1, 2; Pilgrim Staff: 1, 2, 3. 

What's the second answer? 





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LAWRENCE CORSINI 

"Send For Me" 

Larry — with Cheech — secret desire: to have a souped up 
Fiat — likes school days with assemblies — likes college 
math and Mr. Guidoboni — Pet peeve: long lunch lines — 
would like to be an automotive technician — his little car — 
dislikes homelessons — no favorite saying — so quiet — Went- 
worth Institute — one of the North Plymouth boys — doesn't 
he like girls? 

Activities: Football: 2; Ticket Seller: 2; Dance Committees. 



Who's your target? 



JOSEPH LOUIS COTTI 

"Just Because" 

Joe — "Holy Cow!" — Spoof, Leo, and Marty — Kay's Lunch 
— pizza — the Seaside gang — to be a linotypist — oh, to 
take out that senior girl — secret desire: to pitch for the 
Boston Red Sox — shy? — hates Mr. Guidoboni's tests — English 
with Mrs. Raymond — member of the Road Saints — Tedes- 
chi's — likes Fords and Mercs — Art — his Merc — pitcher 
on the baseball team — quiet — headed for the New England 
Linotyping School — that smile. 



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Activities: Baseball: 1, 
Teller: 1, 2. 



2, 3; Ticket Seller: 1, 2; Bank 



It's Cotti's to be good! 



STEPHEN HAMILTON CRAIG 

"Love And Marriage" 

Steve — "That's the way the cracker crumbles" — so nice 
looking — Gellar's Service Station — pet peeve: Lorna, learn- 
ing how to drive — after graduation Uncle Sam will get him 
— with Pete, Steve, Ted, and Eric — a special junior girl — 
his '49 Ford — a country boy — full of wise cracks — wants 
to have loud pipes — try getting him out of bed in the morn- 
ing — those global tests — dislikes dancing and Chevvies — 
likes English. 



Never look backwards! 










DOROTHY PRISCILLA CURRIER 

'That'll Be The Day" 

"Dolly" — Carole and Jane — bound for Fisher — her big 
sister Carole — a 1950 Ford — seen at the Manomet Youth 
Club — to get married — pet peeve: Porky — driving Paul's 
car — she's an aunt — sewing — Ray! — hates homework — 
secret desire: to become a singer — very athletic — that long 
pony tail — to become a photographer's wife — likes pizza 
— "Yar, I do" — dislikes Mrs. Urann's punctuation tests — 
in a Plymouth. 

Activities: Basketball: 1, 2, 3; Softball: 1, 2; Dance Commit- 
tees: Pilgrim Staff: 2. 

C'mon, no peeking! 










KENNETH WILLIAM DAWSON 

"So Rare" 

"King Ken" — "Not here!" with Bill and Dick — likes 
Plymouth and Richmond Hill — wants to climb an uncon- 
quered mountain — likes lemon meringue pie — blue Ford 
station wagon — Bridgewater bound — Mrs. Urann — pet 
peeve: bothersome brother — History — Canada's loss was 
our gain — those crazy plaid hats and that cute accent! — 
a real highway menace — never misses a game — always 
smiling — lots of fun — practical joker. 

Activities: S.A.S.: 3. 



Canadian import! 




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SHARON DeLANCEY 

"Little Bitty Pretty One" 

"Moosie" — "You farmer" — seen with Loretta, Linda, and 
Judy — tortellinis at Gambini's — to outrace N. F.'s car — 
takes over at Woolworth's — likes blue eyes — her cowgirl 
skirt — dislikes boys with skinny legs and crewcuts — .her 
blue bomb — pet peeve: Renato C. — has a talent for imi- 
tating people — petite and cute — would like to be a hair- 
dresser — likes Mrs. Kingman — that Italian boy — nice 
dresser — a Manomet girl — tiny feet. 

Activities: Library Staff: 2, 3. 



Well, how's this? 





MARGARET ANTONIA DeLISLE 

"Oh, I Never See Maggie Alone!" 

"Maggie" — burnt English muffins — "I'm not kiddin' ya!" 

— with Mary, Faye, Barb, Ida Mae — Becker Junior College 

— oh, to be a ballet dancer — likes six footers, sports, and 
Caddy convertibles — dislikes J. J.'s wise cracks — always 
carrying loads of books — shorthand — to marry a millionaire 

— Mrs. Urann's humor — another Manomet gal — her Plym- 
outh — pet peeve: oooh! that French knot — Tassy's — col- 
lecting money — no gym suit. 

Activities: Basketball: 1, 3; Softball: 1, 2; Bowling: 1, 3; 
Hockey: 1, 2, 3; 100-a-week Collector: 1, 2, 3; Dance Commit- 
tees; Latin Club: 1, 2, 3; Pilgrim Staff: 1, 2, 3. 

Take this, please! 






FRANCIS GREGORY DENNEHY 

"After School" 

Greg — "Oh, no!" — always at the golf course — pet peeve: 
Mrs. Urann's notes on papers — with Dick, Dick, Wayne, and 
Joe — secret desire: to get A in English — seen in a hot green 
Dodge — at the Boys' Club — that red hair! — to beat Hank 
Rogers playing golf — likes to jab Linda in study — never 
did a day's work in his life! — "You pain" — a famous golf 
pro some day — hates his first name — that Economics class 
with Mr. Craig — nice smile. 

Activities: Baseball: 1; Basketball: 2. 



Fore! 

ROBERT ALLEN DUBY 

"There Ought To Be A Law" 

"Dube" — "Hey, come here!" — with Butch, Dave, and Cheech 
— our class president — likes study and lunch periods — 
secret desire: to score 799 in his college boards — another Dr. 
Duby coming our way — White Horse in the summertime — 
likes English and Ma Urann — college bound — that nice 
complexion — a junior girl — "Patchwork" — seen in his 
Caddy or the Olds — shy? 

Activities: Senior Class President; Sophomore and Junior 
Class Vice-President; Baseball: 1; S.A.S.: 2, 3; Treasurer: 2; 
Cross-Country: 3; Dance Committees; Pilgrim Staff: 2, 3; 
Assistant Editor: 2; National Honor Society: 2, 3; Honor 
Group; Latin Club: 1, 2, 3; Press Club: 2, 3. 

One lump or two? 










JUDITH ANN DUNHAM 

"Sweet And Lovely" 

Judy — "What? Tell me!" — little baker girl — secret desire 
is to own a jalopy — dimples — Van Twinkle — cute and 
sweet — pet peeve: Becca's laughing in art — that week-end 
in Nantucket — with Ginny, Ann, Liza, Becca, and Jane — 
always has boy problems — her little brother — writing 
letters — like P.J. parties — skiing in New Hampshire — eats 
tiny sandwiches for lunch — "I'm not short!" — dislikes fussy 
teachers — lobster. 

Activities: Basketball: 1; Softball: 1; Bowling: 1, 2; Hockey: 
1, 2; Marching Girls: 1, 2, 3; Dance Committees; Pilgrim 
Staff: 3. 

It's for me, Junior! 





DORIS ELLEN DUNLAP 

"Clover In The Meadow" 

"DeDee" — "I'm hungry" — seen with Sandra, Charlene, and 
Edith — loves chocolate cake — would like to be an airline 
hostess — desires to swim the English Channel — dislikes 
people who are late — driving her father's Oldsmobile — 
very studious — lives at the beach in the summertime — 
smart dresser — likes English with Mr. Holmes — her tan is 
envied by all — intends to be a bookkeeper — very quiet at 
times — beautiful clothes. 

Activities: Game Helper: 2; Dance Committees; Bank Teller: 
1; Honor Group. 



It's really not "Seventeen"! 






WILLIAM THOMAS EATON 

"Little Billy Boy" 

Bill — "Watch it, the Fuzz!" — wants to put the Mayflower 
back in the wine trade — with Ken and Dick Beane — fried 
clams at Leland's — the blue Ford — pet peeve: the Tank 
— dislikes fickle girls — likes fast speed boats — would like 
to be a skin diver — that red hair — University of Maine — 
almost drove Mr. DeSisto crazy — knows his cars — budding 
scientist — future biologist? — Mr. Young — likes to sail. 

Activities: Dance Committees; Pilgrim Staff: 1; Science Sem- 
inar: 2, 3; Radio Club: 1, 2; Biology Club: 2. 



Just a little higher! 





CAROLE LOUISE ELLIOT 

"Since I Met You" 

Carole — "Stop staring" — with Dorothy, Jane, and Claire 

— fried clams and cake — desires to marry Dune in five years 

— wants to have plastic surgery — likes Dune, mint-green 
Mercs, and Mrs. Brown's art class — dislikes people who 
stare — drives Dad's '58 Chewy — quiet but cute — Manomet 
Youth Club — large family — Norwood Arena — those week- 
end dates with Dune — enjoyed English with Mr. Holmes 

— headed for Fisher Junior College. 

Activities: Basketball: 3; Dance Committees; Pilgrim Staff: 3. 



Who's up there? 

CARLA ROSE ENOS 

"You'll Never Walk Alone" 

"Enioats" — seen with Ethel, Judy, Sharon — "Hi, Shortstuff!" 
loves fried chicken — at the Old Colony Theater — to be a 
champion ice skater — dislikes the distance between Plymouth 
and Syracuse — Mr. DeSisto — headed for Becker Junior 
College — Writer's Workshop — likes skating, Steve, and the 
Braves — would like to become an airline stewardess — that 
stenography class. 

Activities: Senior Class Secretary; Softball: 2; Bowling: 2; 
Marching Girls: 1, 2, 3; Fund Collector: 2; S.A.S.: 2, 3; Project 
Committee Chairman: 3; Office Assistant: 1, 2, 3; Dance Com- 
mittees; Pilgrim Staff: 2; National Honor Society: 2, 3; Honor 
Group. 

She's on a chair! 





*"%-,*"/ 







Larry — "Go chase yourself!" — Plymouth Yacht Club — 
hates reckless drivers — wants to be a success and own a 
solid gold Cadillac — seen with Richmond, Betsey, or Nancy 
— future banker? — good dancer — tuna fish sandwiches — 
dislikes pizza — headed for the Navy — likes English with 
Ma Urann — never misses a basketball game — his record 
collection! — likes to sail — an interest in the sophomore 
class — his yellow and white Plymouth. 

Activities: Ticket Seller: 3; Game Helper: 3; S.A.S.: 1; Fund 
Collector: 1; Dance Committees; Bank Teller: 1. 

Balancing the books! 



RICHARD GORHAM ESTES 

"The Things I Didn't Do" 

Dick — "You ain't too bright, are you?" — bound for college 

— would like to beat Greg at golf — dislikes talkative girls — 
fried clams — with Bob, Cheech, Greg, and Wayne — spends 
his time at the Country Club — likes college math — Ma 
Urann fan — Driver Training car — those freckles — collects 
money — pet peeve: his sister — likes to eat — woman hater? 

— Sandwich St. 

Activities: Bank Teller: 1; 10<(-a-week Collector: 2, 3; Press 
Club: 1; Band: 1; Baseball: 2. 



What do we do now? 



PATRICIA ANN FECI 

"Bobby" 

Pat — "I've got news for you!" — so quiet — with Lyn, Dolly, 
and Sue, but mostly Bob — marriage in the future — great 
poet — secretly desires to gain pounds — clams and more 
clams! — to be a concert pianist for her dad — special interest 
in Wareham — a certain '53 Ford — dislikes missing 6th 
period study — picture her an X-ray technician in the Jordan 
Hospital — can't wait to graduate — French with Miss Jacques 
— senior music. 

Activities: Latin Club: 1, 3; Pilgrim Staff: 3. 



Who fell? 



SUSANNE FERIOLI 

"Quick Like A Bunny, Honey" 

"Sue" — "You know!" — long, long, hair — that 6th period 
art class — Bunny — with Carrol, Lynn, Sandy, and Jerry 

— to own a Ford convertible — big smile — dislikes un- 
friendly people — Jose's — her cousin Karen — pizza — 
would like to go to Hawaii — Mr. DeSisto! — headed for 
hairdressing school — far off in Germany — pet peeve: 
Bruther Brush — always late with her typing — sailor blouses 

— that cute laugh — Transcription with Mrs. G. 

Activities: Glee Club: 1, 2, 3. 



Locked out! 







DIANE FORTINI 

"Be Bop, Baby" 

"Di" — "What a character!" — with Lois, Jackie, and Barby — 
short and cute — an F. W. Woolworth slave — pizza — secret 
desire: to go to California with Barb — St. Louis boys! — 
will sit on the knee of her handsome boss — to find tha* 
certain someone — pet peeve: younger brothers, especiall: 
one — driving a Pontiac — "J.J. just ate half of my sane 3 
wich!" — loves pickles and potato chips — thinks Peter n_ 
adorable — full of fun. lt: 

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Activities: Bank Teller: 2, 3; Pilgrim Staff: 3. r : 



Doin' the ol' soft shoe! 





RUSSELL EVO GOVONI 

"Cha! Cha! Cha!" 

Russ — "Holy Mackerel!" — seen with Dave, Nel, and Bony 
— chop suey — to go to the moon — at the "Rathole" — likes 
sports — desires to work for the F.B.I. — pet peeve: television 
commercials — slaves at the A & P — Global Geography — 
United States Coast Guard Academy bound — dislikes coffee, 
meat balls, and black bow ties — another DeSisto fan — 
blushes when Ma teases him — English 4th period — one of 
the North Plymouth boys. 



Yep, I passed! 







LAWRENCE EDSON GRENNELL 

"Honeycomb" 

"Squawk" — "Be in later. Ma!" — with Ronnie, Phil, and Leo 
— at Scag's — enjoys Miss Doherty's creamed turkey — one 
goal in life is to get through school — desires to grow tall — 
likes Phil's backyard — thinks Mrs. Urann is the greatest — 
is planning on retiring after graduation — doesn't like that 
certain green house on High Street — what a comic — enjoys 
study periods — a tremendous sense of humor — good things 
in small packages. 



Who do you want? 

ROBERT GRENNELL 

"Gonna Find. A Bluebird" 

Bob — no favorite saying, he just mumbles — his cousin 
Larry — hails from Manomet — so quiet — works for his 
grandfather — English with Ma Urann — a woman hater — 
seen working at a poultry farm — can't wait to get out of 
school — that American History class last year! — no plans 
for the future — is he really as quiet as he looks? — a country 
boy — doesn't like homelessons. 




This is the way I see it! 



THOMAS HARVEY GROETZINGER 

"Only One Love" 

"Tommy" — seen with Ronnie, Jim, and Mark — dislikes 
little kids who think they know everything — Joan! — wants 
to get married — radio with Mr. Packard — pet peeve: Beane 
and his Chev — headed for the Air Force after graduation — 
money collector — likes pizza and cars — "Chevvies are 
junks, Beane!" — got stuck on Long Pond Road — always at 
Joan's — that curly blond hair! — his hot Merc — gets Mrs. 
Bagnall all upset. 

Activities: Ticket Seller: 1, 2; 10<!-a-week Collector: 3. 




My finger's caught! 





ARLIE JOHN HALUNEN, JR. 

"It's Not For Me To Say" 

"Johnny" — "I'm hungry!" — with Bob — seen around Chil- 
tonville — that inner desire to sink the Mayflower — likes 
girls and food — dislikes most teachers — slow, middle-of- 
the-road drivers make him reach his boiling point — oh, to 
be a pilot of a jet fighter — enjoys radio and Ma Urann — his 
dad's Chewy — member of the football team — headed for 
a career in the Air Force — "Patchwork" — that crazy home 
room with Mrs. Bagnall. 

Activities: Football: 1, 2, 3. 

Heave ho, you lubbers! 





JUDY ANNE HARPER 

"Love Me To Pieces" 

"Harpy" — with Judy, Judy, and Brenda — "You're telling 
me!" — Van Twinkle — lives on french fries and cokes — 
Tassy's — sure to be with Steve — oh, those 6th period Global 
classes — those before school talks with Mrs. Bagnall — 
headed for Quincy City Hospital — dislikes fighting with Steve 
and Marian's problems — "Honey!" — goes for sports — well- 
liked by all — finally got her license — a green Dodge in her 
life — works in Grant's. 

Activities: Basketball: 1, 2, 3; Softball: 1; Bowling: 1, 2; 
Hockey: 1, 2, 3; Dance Committees; Library Staff: 3; Latin 
Club: 1, 2; Press Club: 1, 2; Honor Group; Pilgrim Staff: 1, 2, 3. 

Guess who's socks! 

LINDA CHARLENE HARRIS 

"In My Merry Oldsmobile" 

Lin — "Well, that's nice!" — with Janie, Edna, and Ann — 
the big Olds — likes her boss — R.L. — Van Twinkle — can 
be found in the First National or Tassy's — what a temper! 
— dislikes the Army — pizza and Josephine the cat — secret 
desire: to play for the Boston Bruins just one night! — sharp 
dresser — headed for Green Mountain — has problems — pet 
peeve: Edna's acting — a Urann fan — likes cats, hockey, and 
tea — always busy — Frank Sinatra. 

Activities: Marching Girls: 1, 2, 3; Fund Collector: 3; S.A.S.: 
3; Class Colors Committee; Office Assistant:, 3; Pilgrim Staff: 
1, 2, 3; Class Flowers Committee; Press Club: 1, 2, 3; Dance 
Committees. 

Private secretary! 






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ELEANOR GAY HART 

"Sing, Sing, Sing" 

"Gay" — "Don't worry about it!" — future schoolteacher — 
to be a hot-rodder — never tell her you don't like the Red 
Sox — Chiltonville — with Phyllis, Pat, and Sue — Rainbow 
girl — cats — fried clams — pet peeve: Ken Dawson's jokes 

— Jimmy Piersall fan — big family — Mr. DeSisto — history 
whiz — dislikes her Ford violently — book worm — Bridge- 
water State Teachers' College — lovely smile — sports lover 

— gets mad easily — French. 

Activities: Library Staff: 2, 3. 



Sweet "Harts"! 



PHYLLIS ANN HERRIES 

"I Can't Close The Book" 

"Phyl" — "M-m-m, that's right" — Pat, Gay, and Lee — seen 
at South Pond Village — pizza — headed for a nursing career 

— what a brain! — oh! that certain boy — Mr. DeSisto and 
Miss Locklin are tops — hostess at the Samoset House — 
headed for success — enjoys Problems of Democracy — "If 
I could only marry a tall, dark, handsome, millionaire!" — 
those columns for "Patchwork" — Burbank Hospital bound 

— good artist. 

Activities: Dance Committees; Class Motto Committee; Library 
Staff: 2, 3; Honor Group; Latin Club: 1, 2; Pilgrim Staff: 1, 2, 
3; Glee Club: 1. 

Dean Herries! 



CAROL JEAN HOLMES 

"Teddy Bear" 

"Carrol" — "It figures!" — with Susanne, Sandra, and Jerry 

— wants to go to France — likes tall, dark, and handsome 
boys — hopes to work in New York — eating steak — loves 
to sleep — hates boys who think they can drive — working 
in the doughnut shop — her big brother — that long pony 
tail — the hot Plymouth — doesn't like to drive — French 
with Miss Jacques — she's a shorty — to take dictation faster 

— Transcription. 

Activities: Glee Club: 1, 3. 
Might pretty picture! 





DAVID ANTHONY HOUDE 

"Rebel" 

"Hoody" — "Go play in traffic!" — with Russ, Dave, and Ron 

— to make a million, tax free! — pet peeve: losing golf balls 

— United States Air Force, here he comes — to own a sports 
car — likes bowling and billiards — at Skippy's — Problems 
of Democracy — wants to attend Northeastern after the Air 
Force — seen slaving at Cooper's — dislikes talkative females 

— English with Mrs. Raymond — his books! — always late 
for home room. 



Activities: 10^-a-week Collector: 1. 



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Mickey Spillane special! 



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JERALDINE KEOIIGH 

"High School Romance" 

"Jerry" — "Shut up, Goldberg!" — with Sue, Sandra, and 
Carrol — neat as a pin — Mrs. Whiting's little helper — hates 
Miss Knight's showers — to make Buddy stop eating — 
doesn't like people who spell her name with a "G" — Mr. 
Smiley — would like to take dictation faster than Mrs. 
Gardner — to be a private secretary — those secret confer- 
ences with Sandra — beautiful clothes — Fisher Junior Col- 
lege — pistachios — shorthand whiz. 

Activities: Basketball: 1; Ticket Seller: 3; Press Club: 3; Dance 
Committees; Office Assistant: 2; Glee Club: 3; Honor Group; 
Pilgrim Staff: 3; Bank Teller: 1, 2. 

What's in last years? 



ARTHUR RUSSELL KIERSTEAD 

"What You've Done To Me" 

Art — "Gees!" — with Dan and Mel — hard worker at 
Curriers — Judy — pizza — sleep, sleep, sleep! — hates 
snobby people, especially girls — has a hard time getting the 
new car from mother — little sister — likes basketball — Ma 
Urann — Trixie's — Global Geography — to be a business 
"name" — pet peeve: Ma's hair petting — Becker bound — 
Kingston — drives Mrs. Bagnall crazy sitting on the desks 
— DeMolay worker — likes to dance — quiet? 

Activities: Baseball: 1; Basketball: 1, 2. 




How are the nurses? 



WESLEY KINGSLEY 

"Great Balls of Fire!" 

Wes — "Shtong!" — that deep, deep voice — a Ma Urann fan 

— with Flip, Johnny, and Jim — likes jazz and girls — seen 
under Flip's car — a big flirt — the jazz session at Storyville 

— likes to hunt — pet peeve: Squawkie — Stubbie No. 5 — 
Air Force bound — dislikes girls that go steady — terrific 
cook — secret desire: to be a jet pilot — Millman's — "Hey, 
Ann, did you do your English yet?" — that wavy blond hair 

— so cute — likes baseball. 

Activities: Basketball: 2; Varsity Club: 3. 



Sorry, no trespassing! 



GEORGE FRANKLIN LAMB 

"Hula Love" 

"Lamb Chops" — with the gang — seen slaving at Tedeschi's 

— drives an old '41 Olds — picture him a pilot in the U.S.A.F. 

— likes radio and physics with Mr. Packard — secret desire: 
to fly in a supersonic aircraft — likes classical music — astron- 
omy is his hobby — California Institute of Technology — 
serious natured and so quiet — seen in Pembroke — one of 
Mrs. Bagnall's boys. 



I forgot! 





JACQUELINE MARIE LEWIS 

"My One And Only Love" 

"Jackie" — "What a riot!" — with Diane, Lois, and Barby — 
always laughing — Mrs. Bagnall's homeroom secretary — "I'll 
ask Dave if I can have the car tonight" — pizza — pet peeve: 
Diane's troubles — likes English, but not punctuation tests 
— likes Dave and Fords — gets sick on elevators — that Phil- 
adelphia trip — hates to fight with that certain someone — 
so many clothes — unusual bracelets — "My mother bought 
it for me" — loves Mr. Craig. 

Activities: S.A.S.: 1; Fund Collector: 1; Pilgrim Staff: 3; Bank 
Teller: 2, 3; Office Assistant: 1, 3; Dance Committees. 



Chic slacks! 



BARBARA ANN LOCATELLI 

"You're The Greatest" 

"Barby" — "Oh, come on!" — with Jackie, Lois, and Diane 
— would like a certain WISH to come true — Philly conven- 
tion — A & P — yearns for California — likes St. Louis boys 
and study — pet peeve: listening to Jackie every morning — 
such a pretty smile — hates to see P.H.S. lose a game — she 
only looks quiet! — try to get her on an elevator — collects 
for Mr. Romano — full of fun — our Junior Prom — English 
with Mrs. Urann — pizza. 

Activities: Bowling: 2; Game Helper: 1; 10^-a-week Collec- 
tor: 1, 2, 3. 



Penny for your thoughts! 



DIANNE MARIE MARINELLA 

"Diana" 

"Di" — seen with Debbie and Ina — secret desire: to travel 
— likes fried clams, dancing, and trouble — her favorite is 
Ma Urann — headed for hairdressing school — dislikes boys 
who don't shave — likes history — her long curls! — Bob — 
pet peeve: Plymouth — seen in the junior corridor — Wilfred 
Academy bound — hates dirty teeth! — she came from 
Dorchester — seen in Manomet. 




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Holding up the lockers! 




BARBARA MARINOS 

"That Reminds Me Of You" 

"Barbie" — "Mornin', everybody" — with Linda, Judy, and 
Anne — won't stand near tall people — will she be a teacher 
or a medical secretary? — worries — license only two months, 
and oops! — a Van Twinkle — never can make up her mind 
— messy locker — Mr. DeSisto! — very friendly with every- 
one — does she ever step talking? — listens to Linda's 
troubles — ready made family — to marry a millionaire — 
Kingston boys — secrets — what college will it be? 

Activities: Marching Girls: 2, 3; Dance Committees; Press 
Club: 2, 3; Class Flowers Committee; Latin Club: 1, 2; Pilgrim 
Staff: 3. 



Look who's studying! 




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ROBERT JAMES MARTIN 

"I'm New At The Game Of Romance" 

"Tickles" — "Holy Mackerel!" — with Joe, Leo, Greg, and 
Rich — college bound — likes hunting and fishing — very 
friendly — doesn't like to flunk a test — give him Seaside's 
pizza — that History class with Mr. Pyle — new at the game 
of romance? — Mr. Packard's physics tests are his pet peeve 
— Cooper's soda jerk — a sophomore — to build a rocket to 
the moon — picture him a teacher — his quiet attitude is 
misleading — North Plymouth. 

Activities: Baseball: 1, 2; Ticket Seller: 1, 2; Game Helper: 1, 
2; Dance Committees. 

Somethin' fishy about this! 





LINDA ANN MATTIOLI 

"I'll Take Romance" 

Lin — "Signals!" — with Barbie, Anne, and the Van Twinkles 
— picture her a great fashion buyer — that unforgettable trip to 
Cuba — Clydie — dislikes catty girls — her brother — secret de- 
sire: four little Brini's — sparks the cheerleader squad — Becker 
bound — it was Nantucket or bust! — always losing things — 
study with Mr. DeSisto — personality plus — dad's Chevvie. 

Activities: Basketball: 1; Softball: 1; Hockey: 1; Cheerleaders: 
2, 3; Captain 3; Fund Collector: 2; S.A.S.: 1, 2, 3 Dance Com- 
mittees; Latin Club: 1, 2; Press Club: 1, 2, 3; Pilgrim Staff: 1, 
2, 3; National Honor Society: 3; Honor Group; Glee Club: 2. 

Can't be beaten! 





BARRY ROBERT McCLURE 

"Sittin' In The Balcony" 

Barry — "Clown!" would like six study periods a day — eats 
anything and everything that tastes good — Ma Urann — 
dislikes football practice and homework — a husky build — 
wants to join the California State Highway Patrol — likes 
girls, cars, and music — quiet — Air Force bound — just give 
him a trip around the world — likes Mr. Sarson — one of our 
football boys — came back to P.H.S. from California — curly 
hair. 



Past his bedtime! 

DAVID ERNEST MEEKINGS 

"I'm Walkin' " 

Dave — "What!" — with Bob and Roland — pet peeve; study 
hall — likes steak — seen at Coonamessett Airport — a fan 
of Mr. Packard — the quiet type — to own a new Continental 
— would like to become a surgeon — headed for the Uni- 
versity of Mass. — seen in a green Pontiac — likes physics — 
curly blond hair and blue eyes — did a great job in "Patch- 
work" — doesn't he ever talk? 

Activities: Baseball: 1; Latin Club: 2; Band: 1; Bowling: 1; 
Library Staff: 2. 



The forward look! 







WALTER DAVID MELEVSKY, JR. 

"Almost Paradise" 

Dave — "Oh, Christmas!" — dislikes Mondays — with Bob, 
Cheech, and Butch — another Chinese food addict — to come 
in first in a cross-country meet — math whiz — secret desire: 
to get 800 on his college boards — wants to be a successful 
electrical engineer — lives at the jail — pet peeve: Cheech's 
brains — the big Buick — doesn't like sisters — college 
bound — oh, to make lots of money — that Economics class 
6th period. 

Activities: Basketball: 1, 2, 3; Cross-country: 3; 10(*-a-week 
Collector: 1; Pilgrim Staff: 3; Radio Club: 3; National Honor 
Society: 3; Honor Group. 



Follow me! | 




JUNE FRANCES MIDRIFF 

"A Dance, A Kiss, And A Promise" 

"Middy" — "Let's go to Franklin" — with Ann, Marsha, Edna, 
and the Van Twinkles — teased about her freckles — L.S. — 
hates boys that aren't ticklish — at Tassy's — eating anything 
— ardent basketball fan (wonder why?) — headed for airline 
school — so cute — is it bleached? — proud of her wings — 
P.J. parties — her sister Barb — neat dresser — dislikes organ 
music — the big Buick — has problems — that college week- 
end at Brown — blondie. 

Activities: Basketball: 1; Marching Girls: 1, 2, 3; 10fJ-a-week 
Collector: 2; Dance Committees. 



Oooooooooh! 




DONALD BAIN MISKEfeLY- ,, U'f.H, W^ 
"Little By Little" 



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"Misk" — "How Come?" — with Rich, Ken, Johnny, and Dave 
— seen at Leland's — his one ambition is to be successful in 
life — dislikes waiting for people and pesty girls — Speech 
with Mrs. Urann . — college bound — secret desire: to control 
the town — lives for frappes and roast beef — likes parties, 
dancing, and being with the boys — Economics with Mr. 
Craig — pet peeve: noisy study halls — dislikes work of any 
kind — wants a car. 



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Won't stay up! 



GERALD JOSEPH MONTANARI 

"Love Is Strange" 

Gerry — "Hey, Clare, got a pencil?" — with Paul, Lenny, 
Howie, and Alan — pizza and fried clams — oh, to be able 
to play 32 minutes of a basketball game without dropping in 
his tracks! — likes girls with pony tails — that curl in' the 
middle of his forehead! — either Annapolis or Notre Dame 

— Strassel annoys him — College Math and Radio — "Abe" 

— habitually misses the school bus — future engineer — very 
sociable — to fly a jet down Main St. 

Activities: Basketball: 1, 2, 3; S.A.S. President: 3; National 
Honor Society: 2, 3; Honor Group; Dance Committees. 



It's not plugged in! 

SHIRLEY ANNE MOORE 

"Joey" 

Shirl — "Are you sure?" — < an ardent movie-goer — wants 
to be a secretary, then marry J.R. — Elvis Presley and Fats 
Domino — likes pork chops — those English classes! — hap- 
piness is a thing called Joe — dislikes housework — pet 
peeve: her younger sisters — Mrs. Raymond — seen at Pleas- 
ant Street — quiet, but pretty — those dimples — lives for 
Joe — in a Ford — wants to get married soon. 



How much "Moore"? 



DENNIS MANUEL MOTTA 

"That's Why I Was Born" 

Denny — "Come on, youse guys!" — with Ron, Mai, Rags, and 
Dick — "Rathole" — a fan of Ma Urann — pizza "If I only 
had a million dollars" — dislikes homelessons — pet peeve: 
DeSisto's study — to be a technician — so cute! — college 
bound — those eyebrows! — M.S.? — likes English — Motsy 
Motta — likes sports — pocket rocket — that shy smile — 
kick-off team — blushes easily — "Did you do your English 
yet?" — bookkeeping — deep voice. 

Activities: Football: 1, 3; Band: 1, 2, 3; Baseball: 1, 2. 



Gotta get up in the world! 

JANE MARIE MURPHY 

"How Will I Know" 

"Murph" — "Shut your face!" — seen in the gym — likes 
sports and boys, especially that certain someone — with Ann, 
Judy, Ginny, Liza, and Becca — that day with Rock Hudson, 
m-m-m — Van Twinkle — likes Miss Knight and Mrs. Urann 
— her animal kingdom — Irish stew and onion rings — to 
become an airline hostess — secret desire: to play in one 
game without getting hurt — the station wagon — hits people 
when excited. 

Activities: Basketball: 1, 2, 3; Co-Captain: 3; Softball: 1, 2; 
Bowling: 1, 2, 3; Hockey: 1, 2, 3; Captain: 3; S.A.S.: 3; Dance 
Committees; Class Motto Committee; Pilgrim Staff 2, 3; Bank 
Teller: 3. 
Guess who won! 



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WILLIAM VINCENT NAGLE 

"You Send Me" 

"Butch" — "That's ridiculous!" — our class treasurer — at 
White Horse Beach — to get all A's — friendly smile — why 
doesn't P.H.S. have a hockey team? — Chinese food — with 
Duby, Cheech, and Dave — good ice skater — Holy Cross — 
sports — would like to play for the Red Sox — Cheech peeves 
iim — headed for college — the little black bomb — summer 
>ea mosser — crew cut — dancing with Maggie — our Junior 
""rom — collecting our class dues. 

ctivities: Class Treasurer: 2, 3; Baseball: 1, 2: Football: 1, 
, 3; Basketball: 1, 2, 3; Latin Club: 1, 2; Dance Committees. 

Boom-boom Nagle! 



DAVID ALLAN NERI 

"Written On The Wind" 

Dave — "Let's get out of here!" — with Buffa, Dix, Bill, Wayne, 
and Rick — likes Chevvies and blondes — nice dresser — a 
chipmunk? — seen going to town for Mr. Romano — Home 
Arts — Kingston! — gets valentines — hopes to go into the 
Air Force — at Tassy's after all the games — dislikes big 
wheels — so tall — quiet and shy? — pet peeve: school in 
general — only ambition is to be successful — what would 
Johnny Pacheco do without him? 



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Actviities: Band: 1, 2, 3. 



A sense of touch! 



ROBERT LESTER NEWEY 

"All The Way" 

Bob — seen with Karl — wants to own a sports car — lives 
so far away — he'll do anything to get rid of homelessons — 
Mrs. Raymond fan — ambition: to be an electrical engineer 

— headed for the University of Mass. — his feet get in the 
way — likes to argue — a yellow convertible — his brothers 

— pretty blue eyes — physics — smart — good things come 
in small packages — never without a big smile — is he quiet? 



L'le giant! 






REBECCA ANN NORBUT 

"Humpty Dumpty Heart" 

"Becca" — "Golly Gee!" — dislikes being only 5' 2" — her 
Model A — Van Twinkle — with Judy, Ann, Liza, Ginny, and 
Jane — oh, to live in Plymouth — "Nobody understands me" 
— likes P.J. parties and crunchy apples — Locker 166 — 
arguing with Dave — ■ picture her as a little housewife — 
drives Mrs. Brown crazy — gets frustrated when she can't 
talk in study — cute — boy troubles — drinking coffee — that 
long pretty hair. 

Activities: Bowling: 1, 2, 3; Dance Committees; Bank Teller: 
3; Pilgrim Staff: 2, 3. 



What was your name? 



RICHARD MYRON OSBORNE 

"Don't Forbid Me" 

Dick — "What do you say?" plans to become an engineer — 
likes to eat and bowl — with Bob, Dave, Tom, and Dick — "If 
I was a millionaire with Ma Urann!" — great artist — oh, 
to have one of Mr. Packard's experiments work! — seen at 
the "Rat Hole" — that Driver Training car — one of the boys 
from North Plymouth — Walkover Shoe Store — such charm 
— Wentworth Technical Institute — works hard? — "Patch- 
work" — his mustache! curly hair. 

Activities: Cross-Country: 2; Class Colors Committee; Pilgrim 
Staff: 2, 3; Track: 2. 

Service with a smile! 







LOUIS JOHN OTTINO, JR. 

"Chances Are" 

"Louie" — "Who, me?" — Coop and Denny — hates home- 
work and study in 303 — headed for the Navy — CAROL! 
— seen working at Tassy's — always in trouble — wants to 
be a game warden — secret desire: to own a Model A touring 
car — likes to hunt — who's in Duxbury? — his hot car — 
fancy shoes — pet peeve: people who order tea — eyes — 
thinking up new ways to get out of class — seen making fre- 
quent trips to Duxbury — a sleepyhead. 

Activities: Bank Teller: 1, Pilgrim Staff: 1, 2; Ticket Seller: 
2, 3; Game Helper: 1; Office Assistant: 3; Dance Committees; 
Library Staff: 2, 3. 
Is it as bad as that? 





JUDY ANNE OWEN 

"Two Different Worlds" 

"Shorty" — "Oh, for Pete's sake!" — with Sharon, Mary Lou, 
and Carla — hates snobby people — to grow 7 inches — likes 
dancing and big sweaters — hopes to work in a hospital — 
dislikes getting up in the morning, especially Mondays — St. 
Petersburg or bust! — loses her voice in stenography first 
period — seen eating pizza and hot fudge sundaes — working 
at Pilgrim Drug — so quiet — will make a good nurse — 
problems — shorthand. 

Activities: Dance Committees; Lab Staff: 1, 2, 3; Pilgrim 
Staff: 3. 



L* She didn't! 



LEONA FLORENCE PERRA 

"My Cabin Of Dreams" 

"Lee" — with Phyllis, Pat, Gail, Judy — pet peeve: impolite 
boys — loves chicken and french fries — to own a 1960 
Cadillac convertible — dislikes lazy people — another Urann 
fan — her favorite sports are swimming and tennis — Prob- 
lems and Global with Mr. DeSisto — a Cherry St. resident 

— thinks Mrs. Urann is tops — secret desire: to go to Hawaii 

— smiling. 

Activities: Library Staff: 1. 



I won! 



JANE PIMENTAL 

"Party Doll" 

Janie — "Hi!" — with Linda, Edna, Helen, Judy, Pat, and 
Ann — a Van Twinkle — secret desire: to make the football 
team! — everybody's mother — headed for Chamberlain — 
Mikie and Rosemary — big flirt — saved our dances with all 
her records — Tassy's little table hopper — many dates — 
personality plus — out of town boys — loves typing and 
speech — Ma Urann fan. 

Activities: Basketball: 1; 10<s-a-week Collector: 1, 2, 3; S.A.S.: 
3; Dance Committees; Class Colors Committee; Pilgrim Staff: 
1, 2, 3; Co-Editor: 3. 



Don't tread on me! 

WAYNE ANTHONY PIMENTAL 

"Transfusion" 

Waynie — "Did ya sell any ads?" — with Pete, Bruce, Paul, 
Sue, and Pat — likes to get Sharon C. all shook up — Emond's 
crazy Studebaker — to teach Miss Jacques how to drive — 
seen at Winter Street — that New Year's Eve — Arlington 

— drives Mr. DeSisto crazy — likes English and Mrs. Raymond 

— to be admitted to Dartmouth and receive all A's — cute 
chuckle — most talkative — ivy league clothes — hard work- 
ing business manager. 

Activities: Ticket Seller: 1, 2; Game Helper: 1, 2, 3; Dance 
Committees; Class Colors Committee; Press Club: 1, 2, 3; 
Pilgrim Staff: 1, 2, 3; Radio Club: 1, 2, 3; Honor Group; Sun- 
setters: 1, 2. 

Miss Jacques, it's like this! 










DENNIS MIRANDA PINTO 

"An Affair To Remember" 

"The Portuguese" — "What's wrong with the Portuguese?" 

— secret desire is to grow a beard — seen at the town wharf 

— so nice looking — those crazy ties — big flirt — likes to 
argue with Gerry — seen with Lou, Skip, Gerry, and the 
boys — Linda — future fisherman — headed for the Coast 
Guard Academy — wants to see the world — special interest 
in Duxbury — proud of his older brother — "Don't step on 
my shoes!" — Mr. Packard fan. 

Activities: Basketball: 1, 2; Cross-Country: 1; SA.S.: 1, 2„ 3; 
Ticket Seller: 2; Game Helper: 2; Fund Collector: 1, 2, 3; 
Dance Committees. 

"Miranda' 



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WILLIAM ROBERT PIOPPI, JR. 

"Your Cheatin' Heart" 

Billy — "Come on, Huh!" — seen with Rod, Wayne, Buf, and 
Gus — wants to fly a plane and be a millionaire — that laugh 
of his — has an interest in short girls — Willis' Garage — 
"Kitten" — do away with Plymouth High — Uncle Sam 
might get him — good looking and full of the devil — can he 
really play golf? — can't stand neckties — Silver Lake — 
great tease — no more Ford — Mr. Guidoboni — dislikes 
shaving, but likes to loaf — new wife. 

Activities: Basketball: 1. 



A knight and his charger! 



LINDA PRENTICE 

"Dream Along With Me" 

Lyn — seen with Pat, Joyce, and Eddie — french fries — 
desires to travel around the world — likes Eddie — very 
quiet — pet peeve: unpainted cars — doesn't like to do home- 
lessons — enjoys English — thinks Mrs. Kingman is tops — 
salesgirl in Woolworth's — shy!! — those double dates with 
her sister Judy — a new addition to her family — Home Arts 
— big blue eyes — 5th period study. 



Hmmph! 



JOHN JOSEPH QUINN 

"You'll Never Know" 

"Buddy" — "Get out of here!" — with Tommy, Roy, and J.J. 

— plans to enter the field of advertising — to make a million 

— "Are you working today?" — Hudson Hornet — secret 
desire: to weigh two hundred pounds — pork chops and beans 

— doesn't like his little brother — Northeastern University, 
here he comes! — dislikes two-faced people — pet peeve: 
short coffee breaks the First National allows — J.K. — flirting. 

Activities: Fund Collector: 1; S.A.S.: 1; Dance Committees; 
Latin Club: 1, 2; Pilgrim Staff: 3; Sunsetters: 1, 2. 



Pretty nifty sweater 





MALCOLM JOHN ROBISCHEAU 

"Mr. Touchdown" 

Mai — "What are ya gonna do tonight?" — wants to cut 
Lena's hair — seen with Rags and Den — always teasing girls 
— our star football player — likes hamburgers, pizza, and 
Gloria — wise guy — sleeps in class — wants to join the 
Marine Corps — wishes he was coming back to play football 
next year — Mrs. Urann's rival — likes sports and English — 
little guy with a big build — pet peeve: Lena Romano — 
sophomore girls — the "Rathole". 

Activities: Baseball: 1, 2; Football: 1, 2, 3. 



Let's have some excitement! 





"Weenie" — "Leave me alone, J.J." — with Bev, Betty, Patty, 
and Norman — hates eggs — keeps gum companies in 
business — ambition: to own Tassy's — wishes the Rockets 
would win a game! — pet peeve: Driver Training and Mai. R. 

— Home Arts with Mrs. Kingman — her little brother — 
"Carver University" — a certain Rockets' player with glasses 

— that crazy Problems class with Mr. DeSisto — the senior 
corridor at recess. 



Looks awfully good 



ELISA ANN ROSSI 

"Lasting Love" 

"Liza" — I smell something — cheers for our boys — pretty 
smile — Van Twinkle — likes to go barefoot and to sleep — 
with Ann, Ginny, Judy, and Becca — seen at Martha's, third 
stool — "You're terrible!" — dislikes being on the top floor 
every year before recess — wants to get married and have 
five kids — pet peeve: cold football games — English with 
Mrs. Urann — headed for Florida with Bob — Philly Con- 
vention — Fords. 

Activities: Class Secretary: 2; Basketball: 1; S.A.S.: 1; Softball: 
1; Cheerleaders; 2, 3; Hockey: 1; Fund Collector: 1; Dance 
Committees; Library Staff: 1, 2; Press Club: 3; Pilgrim Staff: 
1, 2, 3; Bank Teller: 1, 2; Honor Group; Game Helper: 1; 
Game Helper: 1; Ticket Seller: 1. 



Dainty dot! 



THOMAS EDWARD RUFFINI 

"Roll Out The Barrel" 

Tommy — "Let's dig!" — with Buddy, Roy, and J.J. — seen 
at Tassy's — hates women drivers and Volkswagens — pet 
peeve: girls who go steady — likes pizza — headed for Bridge- 
water State — wants to steal a school bus — his green 
Plymouth — good-looking sailor in "Patchwork" — working at 
the Plymouth Men's Shop — picture him as he teaches all 
young girls! — strong, silent type — Buddy makes him mad 
— girls from out of town. 

Activities: Latin Club: 1, 2; Ticket Seller: 1; Game Helper: 1; 
10(i-a-week Collector: 1, 2, 3; Pilgrim Staff: 2, 3; Game Helper: 
1; Library Staff: 3. 

Better count your change! 



ALAN MARTIN SANTOS 

"Moonlight Gambler" 

"Sthung" — "Who's going to have a party tonight?" — oh, to 
paint the town red — with George, Skip, and Wes — at 
Tassy's — taxi after school — likes cars, girls, and study 
periods — works at Victoria's market — a black '53 Ford — 
that certain place in Duxbury — pizza is his favorite dish — 
lifelong ambition is to get married — enjoys English with 
Ma — inner desire is to be a millionaire — stripes. 






Reads in a big way! 



ROY GERALD SANTOS 

"Waitin' In School" 

Roy — "What a lemon!" — always with Steve, Al, and the 
Merc — to become a mechanic — at Johnny's Service Station 

— pet peeve: that '47 Merc — likes keeping the roads warm 

— wants to own a white Olds convertible — dislikes home- 
work and soft duals — U.S.A.F. — "Hey, Pep!" — would like 
to abolish Mrs. Urann's punctuation tests — always late for 
class after gym — after graduation, the service — wavy 
brown hair — so nice looking. 




"305"? That way! 




VIRGINIA SCAGLIARINI 

"When My Dreamboat Comes Home" 

Ginny — "Let's go see Steve!" — that long black hair — likes 
getting letters — with Ann, Judy, and Liza — "I'm broke" — 
Van Twinkle — Santa Claus! — destination: New Hampshire 

— pet peeve: Mr. Pyle's handwriting — "I know I've got gray 
hair!" — likes the Air Force blue — wants to knit a pair of 
socks without a hole in them — full of fun — counts the days 

— Philly Convention — afraid of spiders — likes to spend 
money on clothes. 

Activities: Basketball: 1; Softball: 1; Bowling: 1; Hockey: 1; 
Marching Girls: 1, 2, 3; Fund Collector: 3; S.A.S.: 2, 3; Dance 
Committees; Pilgrim Staff: 1, 2, 3; Bank Teller: 1, 2; National 
Honor Society: 3; Honor Group. 

Liquid thoughts! 





ELIZABETH ANN SEIFERT 

"Changing Partners" 

"Betsy" — "Gonna stand on my head and spit nickels!" — 
Plymouth Yacht Club — pizza and root beer — secret desire: 
to be able to sail like Chris — General Clerical Practice — 
headed for a career of nursing — men, men — another would- 
be millionaire — dislikes school and calm days with no wind 
— Mr. Packard — a '51 Plymouth station wagon with no 
floors — seen with Larry, Nancy and the gang — dislikes 
Brockton. 

Activities: Ticket Seller: 3; Game Helper: 3; Dance Commit- 
tees; Library Staff: 2, 3; Pilgrim Staff: 2; Radio Club: 2, 3. 



Bett's pet! 



ANN LOUISE SHERMAN 

" Why Don't They Understand?" 

"Blue Car" — "No kidding!" — a cheerleader who really 
cheers — with Linda, Edna, Janie, June — pert and pretty — 
never has any money — seen writing letters — never home 

— she finally got her license! — Denny — at Tassy's — teasing 
Paul — Van Twinkle — "Let's get a pizza" — English with 
Ma Urann — dislikes Uncle Sam — listens to Edna's troubles 

— college after this? — likes Mr. DeSisto and 1st period 
study — "Butterdish." 

Activities: Basketball: 1; Cheerleaders: 2, 3; Dance Commit- 
tees; Library Staff: 3. 



Private eye! 
MARY CAROLINE SILVA 

"Telephone" 

"Racetrack Annie" — "Qu'est-ce que?" — with Faye, Pat, 
Barb, Janie, Janice, and Maggie — always talking so fast — 
a number please girl — loves that speech class with Ma Urann 
— basketball and boys with dark hair — longs to travel — 
to learn to swim is her desire — Bridgewater State Teachers' 
College — dislikes tall boys and city drivers — that cute 
giggle! — ducktail haircut — always on the telephone — nice 
figure. 

Activities: Basketball: 1, Hockey: 1; Marching Girls: 1, 2, 3; 
Dance Committees; Latin Club: 1, 2; Press Club: 3; Pilgrim 
Staff: 2, 3; Radio Club: 2, 3; Glee Club: 1, 2, 3; Sunsetters: 1; 
Honor Group. 

Yes, Dan-ling! 





SUSAN ANN SIRRICO 

"Wake Up, Little Susie" 

"Sue" — "Have you seen Tommy?" — with Judy, Sandra, or 
Carol — Tassy's — lives -for French fries and chocolate 
frappes — secret desire: to own her own car — pet peeve: 
long lunchline — likes English, Tommy, and food of all kinds 
— cute laugh — Mrs. Urann — Bridgewater State bound — 
always talking — special interest in the junior class — takes 
a beautiful picture — to become a teacher. 

Activities: lOtf-a-week Collector: 1; Latin Club: 1; Press Club: 
3; Pilgrim Staff: 3. 



Beauty at the beast's den! 



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GLORIA JEAN SOUZA 

"Roman Guitar" 

"Glo" — "I'm hungry!" — likes basketball and Johnny — so 
tiny — with Pat, Joyce, Sandy, and Brenda — secret desire: 
to be principal for one day — special interest in Middleboro 

— that psychology class — Harry's Drug — likes English and 
Mrs. Urann — to abolish homework — The Teenage Drifters 

— pizza! — can't wait to graduate — quiet type — those 
sparkling eyes — likes study hall. 




Where's the party? 



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ROBERT WAYNE SOUZA 

"Tonight You Belong To Me" 

"Tuda" — "This kid's goin' home!" — with Wayne, Bill, Buffa, 
and Dave — hates getting up for school — seen at any girl's 
house — secret desire: beat Wareham by 50 points — likes 
music and pizza — pet peeve: Clem — GIRLS! — to play with 
Stan Kenton's orchestra — his hot trumpet — always combing 
his wavy hair — English with Mrs. Raymond — terrific 
basketball player — sharp Studebaker — hot tempered — 
dislikes any referees. 

Activities: Baseball: 1, 2; Basketball: 1, 2, 3; Band: 1, 2, 3; 
10#-a-week Collector: 2; Varsity Club: 3. 



A familiar scene! 

SALLY ANN SOUZA 

"Mad About The Boy" 

"Sally" — "He'll be home!" — another DeSisto fan — pet 
peeve: that '49 Mercury — seen with Joyce, Linda, and Mary 
— Hal — exists on fried chicken and cheeseburgers — dislikes 
too many homelessons — her fondest wish is to go to Miami 
in August — seen at the Pine Shed — would like to become 
a hairdresser, then get married — tall and slim. 

Activities: Baskeball: 1; Softball: 1; Tennis: 1. 



Special someone! 



LOIS ANN STEFANI 

"You're Adorable" 

"Lo" — "I don't know" — likes her pet poodle (stuffed, of 
course!) — seen with Diane, Barby, and Jackie — soda jerk 

— cute as a button — pet peeve: her little brother — wants 
to work for a handsome, eligible boss — there's sweetness in 
her looks, but there's a devil in her eyes! — dislikes fussy 
customers — oh, to have curly hair — to have a date with 
that special someone — walking in the rain — hates to study 

— fun to be with. 



Activities: Bank Teller: 2, 3. 



Better not break! 

LEONARD BRIAN STRASSEL 

"Broken Promise" 

Lenny — "For the birds" — Vec, Abe, Larry, and Pete — likes 
all sports — seen at Kay's Lunch — hates to shave and wear 
neckties — wants to go back south — J.M. — secret desire: 
to be a right handed Ted Williams — terrific on the basket- 
ball court — telling jokes on the bus — his hot Ford — 
"Nomads" — wandering to Warren Avenue — Seaside — that 
blond hair! — works at Tedeschi's — he came back to us from 
Virginia — a certain senior. 

Activities: Basketball: 3. 






1 This? It's a dunce stool! 







JANE SWALES 

"Rainbow" 

Jane — "Let's go out to Harry's Drug" — with Nan, Carol, 
and Dolly — secret desire: to get all A's — dislikes homework 
— lives 'way up Stafford Street — English and Mrs. Ray- 
mond's detail tests! — pet peeve: Richard Estes in Driver 
Training — likes to go swimming — blue eyes — bowling — 
pizza — loves to go to New Hampshire — sometimes her sister 
peeves her — never in a bad mood. 



Well protected! 



RICHMOND SHEPHERD TALBOT 

"Love Is Just Around The Corner" 

"Richy" — "Greetings!" — seen with Betsey, Larry, Judy, 
and the rest of the gang — Plymouth Yacht Club — that '56 
Ford — likes speech and Ma Urann — great magician — 
secret desire: to ride down the senior corridor on a horse 
wearing a three-cornered hat and shout, "The British are 
coming!" — dislikes Mrs. Raymond's detail tests — oh, that 
Betsey — seen everywhere with his camera — likes Rainbow 
girls — Leland's clam rolls. 

Activities: Ticket Seller: 3; Game Helper: 3; Dance Committees. 



Chow hound! 



DENNIS WILLARD TIBBETTS 



"Love Bug Crawl" 



"Tib" — "Let's eat" — bright red hair — dislikes work — 
with Dave and Rick — pizza — Manomet girl? — Ma Urann 
fan — hates to get up mornings — food! — English — ice 
skating — works hard at Roger's Store — always with a smile 

— wants to lose weight — the big Buick — seen in Harry's 
with the guys — "Hey, Dave, pick me up!" — good natured 

— after graduation, Uncle Sam? — tremendous sense of humor 

— won't mind leaving school. 



The "thinker"? 



WAYNE TINTI 

"Just Between You And Me" 

Wayne — "What'd you say?" — likes Mercurys and pizza — 
with Bill and Marty — to be general manager of Tedeschi's 

— interest in North Plymouth — wants to get a good job 
when he graduates — would like to play center field for the 
New York Yankees — whiz at bookkeeping — likes English 

— that curly hair — what happened to his car? — likes Mr. 
Holmes — Kathy — pet peeve: homework — a good kid. 




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WAYNE ANTHONY TRAVASSOS 

"You Gotta Be A Football Hero" 

"Train" — "Oh, yuh!" — erne of the starting eleven — our 
football hero — with Billy, Buf, Gus, and Ron — pet peeve: 
being tackled — Saturday night with the guys — Coach 
Sarson's tank — to be a D.I. — hates to shave and usually 
doesn't — what a build! — plans to join the service — lady 
killer, but very shy — likes Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Kingman 

— to abolish school, except football — pizza — the "Rat Hole" 

— that wavy hair. 

Activities: Football: 1, 2, 3; Game Helper: 1, 2, 3. 



Bottoms up! 




ANN ELIZABETH VANDINI 

"Sweet Stuff" 

Ann — "It's so pretty" — always smiling — doesn't like to 
drive when her mother's with her — pet peeve: Wes — pizza 
and ravioli — wants to work overseas — Flip — a Van 
Twinkle — that Philly convention — with Ginny, Liza, Becca, 
Marion, Jane, and Judy — temper, temper — "I'm so tired" 

— likes coffee breaks that last an hour — those crazy P.J. 
parties — never on time — "Marion, don't laugh at my driv- 
ing!" — envied for her hair. 

Activities: Sophomore Class Treasurer; Basketball: 1; Softball: 
1; Bowling: 1; Hockey: 1; Ticket Seller: 1; S.A.S.: 2, 3; Dance 
Committees; Library Staff: 3; Pilgrim Staff: 2, 3; Bank Teller: 
2, 3; Honor Group; Game Helper: 1. 
Just practicing! 

PAUL FRANKLAND VECCHI 

"The Great Pretender" 

"Vec" — "What d'ya mean?" — with Lenny, J. J., Abe, Al, and 
the girls — pet peeve: no write-ups about the football linemen 

— college bound but doesn't know where — works occasion- 
ally in the First National — to go to France and see the Follies 
Bergere! — car with no back seat — likes sports of all kinds 

— one of the fighting five — drives the girls crazy — at 
Tassy's — dislikes Mr. Packard's tests — pizza. 

Activities: Football: 2, 3; Basketball: 1, 2, 3; Fund Collector: 
2; S.A.S.: 2, 3; National Honor Society: 2, 3; Bank Teller: 1; 
Senior Class Vice-President; Honor Group. 



Technique! 



CAROL ANN VOGHT 

"Fascination" 

"Gabby" — "I need more ones" — sweet and cute — seen 
with Janie, Patty, Pat, Jerry, and Maggie — cashier at Tedes- 
chi's — likes Problems of Democracy and Fred — drives a 
gray Buick — desires to travel around the world — always 
having her seat changed — that certain stock boy — loves the 
beach — going to school to be an airline hostess — best 
dressed — those bad boys at Tedeschi's — Priscilla Street — 
favorite food is pizza. 

Activities: Ticket Seller: 1, 2; Game Helper: 1, 2; Dance Com- 
mittees; Pilgrim Staff: 2, 3. 





Hurry up! 




SANDRA FRANCES WEICHEL 

"Till" 

"Sandy" — Curt's coming home tonight!" — with Doris, Susie, 
and Melissa — likes to eat — that messy locker with all the 
boats in the bottom — who's Percy? — "I'm not going to do all 
that typing alone!" — so many different sweaters — hates to 
be kept waiting — works at the hospital — would like to live 
in Duxbury — hates perfume — "But, Ma!" — Curt — Wash- 
ington, D. C, here she comes — sleeps all night at a pajama 
party — pizza. 

Activities: Basketball: 1; Ticket Seller: 3; Dance Committees: 
Pilgrim Staff: 3. 




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DAVID ALLAN WINKLEY 

"My Special Angel" 

"Wink" — "So, what's new?" — tall and handsome — likes 
strawberry frappes and girls with pony tails — seen with 
Norm, Hep, and the boys — wants to make a lot of money 
and go to Florida — seen in Manomet — pet peeve: big trees 
that get in the way — those blue moods — dislikes white 
bucks and silly girls — off to prep school — Tassy's — can 
be found at Locker 166 — drinking coffee — Speech — wants 
to own a sports car. 

Activities: Dance Committees. 



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"Juke Box Baby" 

"Judi" — "Susie!" — with Sue, Diane, Lois, and Barb — likes 
money, food, and boys — "But Ma, I need a new dress." — 
coffee frappes ■ — a slave at Woolworth's — wants to see what 
makes people tick — at Tassy's — pet peeve: boys who hate 
to spend money — dislikes sunburns in the winter — Quincy 
City Hospital to be a nurse — to take all the loud mufflers 
off cars — will eventually settle down — always buying 
clothes. 

Activities: Latin Club: 1, 2; Press Club: 3; Pilgrim Staff: 2,-3. 



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LEO WIRZBURGER 

"Marianne" 

"Witzy" — "Hey, Cotti!" — with Joe, Wayne, Bob, Rich, and 
Mary — to become a top notch building constructor — Kay's 
Lunch — Tedeschi's couldn't operate without him — likes 
'hot pizza and custom Fords — to play hockey for the Boston 
Bruins — Global Geography — dislikes homework — does 
he really work hard at Tedeschi's? — Mary — in the junior 
corridor — after graduation, what? 

Activities: Baseball: 1, 2, 3. 



Where's your hockey stick? 



JANICE ESTHER WOOD 

"All Shook Up" 

Jan — "Barb, did you do your Latin?" — with Barb, Faye, 
Mary, and Maggie — a number please girl — Latin — likes 
pizza and Mr. Tavernelli — headed for Concordia College in 
New York — would like to become a deaconess — hates long 
homelessons — where does she get all her clothes? — hopes 
the next President of the U. S. will be Democratic — lives 
'way up towards Carver. 

Activities: Dance Committees; Library Staff: 3; Glee Club: 2; 
Latin Club: 1, 2, 3; Press Club: 2; Pilgrim Staff: 3; Radio 
Club: 3. 



I promised not to tell, but — 

PATRICIA ANN ZION 

"If I Can Help Somebody" 

"Pat" — "For goodness sakes!" — with Phyl, Mary, Barb, and 
Carol — fried clams and spaghetti — pet peeve: Mary S. — 
Bridgewater State, here she comes — plays piano — beautiful 
hair — typing — Mr. DeSisto — to be a music teacher — likes 
homework — most talented — doesn't like teachers who mark 
unfairly — that deep voice — tall and slim — would make a 
good model — pretty eyes. 

Activities: Basketball: 1, 2, 3; Tennis: 2; Hockey: 1: Ticket 
Seller: 2; lOf-a-week Collector: 2, 3; Dance Committees; 
Library Staff: 3; Pilgrim Staff: 3; Glee Club: 2, 3; School 
pianist; Science Seminar: 1, 2. 

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FAYE FRANCES ZOCCOLANTE 

"Be My Love" 

"Fayzie" — "For cryin' out loud!" — Bridgewater State Teach- 
ers' College — seen with Mary, Jan, Maggie, Barb, and Ann 
— lives on pizza and coffee frappes — secret desire: to play 
football for P.H.S. — strictly in favor of crew cuts and tall 
boys — McClellan's — pet peeve: people who don't participate 
in any activities — could dance all night — Mr. DeSisto — 
her sister, Anne — what an actress! — quizzical eyebrows. 

Activities: Basketball: 1, 2, 3; Hockey: 1, 2, 3; Dance Commit- 
tees; Marching Girls: 1, 2. 3; Latin Club: 1. 2; Pilgrim Staff: 
2, 3; Glee Club: 1, 2, 3. 




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ROBERT RICHARD ZUCCHI 

"Young Blood" 

"Bob" — "Any day now" — with Dave and the boys of God's 
country — Northeastern bound — likes teachers with laryn- 
gitis and the 1:35 bell — that black wagon of his — our lit- 
erary editor — destined to be a salesman of Dodges in a Ford 
plant — pet peeve: our "long" lunch period — likes English 
— ancient phonograph records — wonderful speaker — a 
wonderful artist — so tall. 

Activities: Class Motto Committee: Pilgrim Staff: 3. 



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Patricia Zion, Russell Canevazzi 



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Linda Prentice, Joseph Cotti 



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Jane Murphy, George Gavoni 



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Mary Silva, Wayne Pimental 



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Marsha Bent, Joseph Carreira 



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Jane Pimental, Robert Souza 



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Phyllis Herries, Robert Duby 



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Lena Romano, Malcolm Robischeau 



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Linda Mattioli, Paul Vecchi 



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Carla Enos 








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Telephone 165-M 



PLYMOUTH HARDWARE, Inc. 

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NERI PLUMBING COMPANY 



42-44 Court Street 



Tel. 265 



Compliments 
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MARIO'S AUTO BODY 



Water Street 



Plymouth, Mass. 



Congratulations 

to the Seniors of 1958 

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WALK-OVER SHOE STORE 


65 Main Street Plymouth, Massachusetts 


KINGSTON LUMBER COMPANY 






SAMOSET GARAGE INC. 


14 Main Street, Kingston, Mass. 






Plymouth, Mass. 


* Building Materials 


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* Builders' Hardware 


Chrysler — Plymouth 




Samoset Gasoline 


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Our Hearty Congratulations to the Seniors 
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Silversmith 



64 Court Street 
Plymouth, Massachusetts 



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Established 1894 



Watchmakers & Jewelers 



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Plymouth 



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DELANO & KEITH 



Plymouth Federal 
Savings and Loan Association 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 

Inc. 1882 Fed. 1937 



Chairman of the Board 
James R. Chandler 

Vice Chairman of the Board 
Harry R. Talbot 

Treasurer 
A. Lee Roulston 



President 
Robert J. Tubbs 

Vice President 
Walder J. Engstrom 

Assistant Treasurer 
Fred C. Brown 



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Mae E. Emond 




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ALLEN D. RUSSELL, Treasurer 

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First Row: Jane Pimental, Rebecca Norbut, Judy Dunham, Barbara Marinos, Judy- 
Harper, Edna Bradley, Marsha Bent, June Midkiff. 

Second Row: Clare Banzi, Jane Murphy, Virginia Scagliarini, Marion Benassi, Judy 
Benassi, Liza Rossi, Carol Morin, Judy Motta, Lorna McLean. 

Third Row: Barbara Belsito, Anne Cecco, Judy Kegler, Carolyn Schiano, Ann Vandini, 
Brenda Canal, Linda Harris, Margo Hunson, Mary Monti. 



THE OCKERS COMPANY 

Your headquarters for — 

— Books — college outline series 

— Dictionaries — Greeting cards 

— Brief cases and school supplies 

— Portable typewriter sales and service 

15 Main Street Plymouth 



Telephone 2255 



Compliments of . . 



EDES MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 



CARTMELL FUNERAL HOMES 



150 Court St. 



265 Standish Ave. 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 
No. Plymouth, Massachusetts 



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The North Plymouth 
Merchants' Association 




Ceccarelli Cleaners 
Contenle Shoe Store 
Cantoni Coal & Oil Co. 
Johnny's Shoe Repair 
Mando's Furniture Co. 
Padovani Pharmacy 
Perry's Market 
Puritan Garage 



Sea Side Grill 
Sheehan's Variety Store 
Shwom Bros. Dept. Store 
Sherman Furniture Co. 
No. Ply. Liquor Mart 
Valente Bros. Florist 
Volta Oil Co. 
The Green Thumb 



Jos. Fonseca & Son 




Congratulations 
to the Seniors 



M & M SPORTING GOODS COMPANY 

Telephone 1915 35 Main Street 



Congratulations to the Class of 1958 



HATCH 



Electrical Company, Inc. 



12 Market Street 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



GOODING'S JEWELERS 

Radios, Leather Goods, Electrical Appliances 
Watch & Clock Repairs, Class Rings 



Telephone 
429 



18 Court St. 
Plymouth 



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HENDRIES ICE CREAM 



Nelson Street 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Compliments of ... . 



PLYMOUTH LUMBER COMPANY 



Robbins Road 



Plymou/h, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 



F. W. WOOLWORTH COMPANY 



46 Main Street 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



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From Pure Bred Guernsey Cows 

Locally Produced 

Telephone Plymouth 229M 



SHIRETOWN MOTORS INC. 



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SEARS FUEL COMPANY 



"Let The Green Fleet Deliver Your Heat" 



Off Lothrop Street Plymouth, Massachusetts 

Telephone — 1214 



TOWN BROOK 


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330 Court Street Plymouth, Mass. 




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22 Court Street Plymouth, Mass. 




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Plymouth, Massachusetts 


"Insurance That Insures" 




36 Main St. Tel. Ply. 30 Plymouth 




BENEA BLOCK COMPANY 


Compliments of . . . 






32 Main Street 




Kingston, Massachusetts 


TASSY'S 






• First 


Summer St. Kingston, Mass. 


in Quality 




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State Road 



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Manomet, Massachusetts 



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PURITAN CLOTHING CO. 



"Modern Men's and Boys' Stores" 



PLYMOUTH 



ROCKLAND 



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PURITAN TAILORING DEPT, 



CLEANERS — TAILORS — FURRIERS 



Compliments of 



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• Sporting Goods 

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Store Phone 278W Greenhouse 278R 

Plymouth, Mass. 

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George Mabbett £ Sons Co. 



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Myles Standish Restaurant 

Tony's Barber Shop 

Louis Barber Shop 

O'Keefe's Hat Shop 

Carroll Cut-Rate 

Mr. & Mrs. Allen Cappella 

Greg's Barber Shop 

Susan Groetzinger 

Mr. & Mrs. Antone Souza 

South Centre Market 

Mrs. Marie Verre 

Little Hat Shop 

Mr. Pat Verre 

The Children's Shop, Inc. 

Pete's Drive-in 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. White 

Iris E. Albertini 

Jose's Restaurant 

Verre's Barber Shop 

A. D. Draffone 

Evelyn Reardon 

Scag's Snack Bar 

Harris & Rose Cohen 

Henry's Furniture 

Mr. & Mrs. Aroldo Guidoboni 

Mr. & Mrs. Roldo Banzi 

Robert 



Mr. & Mrs. E. B. Bates 
Mary M. Dolan 
Kingston Flying A 
Mr. & Mrs. Ferdinand Emond 
Mr. & Mrs. Llewellyn S. Owen 
Mayflower Hardware 
Bruno's Sandwich Shop 
Mrs. Selma W. Arruda 
Sunshine Grocery Store 
Jacqueline Keller 
Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Voght 
R. S. Pink — Grocery 
Judy Goodstone 
Mr. & Mrs. L. Coffman 
Atwood Bog Co. 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter R. Billey 
Anti's Tailor Shop 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Vandini 
Mr. Clifton B. McLean, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Amando Gallucci 
Plymouth Antique Center 
Pilgrim Drug 

Mr. & Mrs. Harold F. Dennehy 
Wright's Greenhouses 
Atty. & Mrs. R. M. Winokur 
Mrs. Arthur Sirrico 
S. Davis 



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Perino's Service Station 


Samuel Arons & Son 


Dexter's Shoe Store 


Green Thumb 


Mr. & Mrs. Antone R. Pimental People's Super Market 


C. Paul Shoe Repairing 


Marois Market 


Peck & Garrity 


Harry's Drugstore 


Robert Allen Duby 


Plymouth Glass 


Victoria's Market 


Gulf-Twin Service Station 


Old Colony Laundry 


Sullivan's Taxi 


Bell Shops 


E. S. Burns Ins. Agency 


Cappanari Grocery 


Dunlap's Service Station 


Bumpus Machine Shop 


Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Pioppi 


George V. Buttner, Inc. 


Lincoln St. Service Station 


H. A. Boyer & Sons 


Sears Roebuck Company 


Sherwin-Williams Co. 


Mr. & Mrs. James J. Connell 


Mel's Auto Body 


Park Avenue Service Station 


Pilgrim-Buick Pontiac Sales 


Plymouth Rock Hardware Co. 


Plymouth Rock Grocery 


The Hobshole House & Motel 


Kingston Block Co., Inc. 


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